[IPython-dev] quick way to reset & run a program
Thu Feb 26 01:19:24 CST 2009
On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 5:27 PM, Allen Fowler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Is there a quick/easy way to reset the interpreter's state, and then run an external file?
> Basically I'm looking for a quicker way to execute: "%reset, confirm [yes], %run". (Optional clearing the cached output history. )
Not out of the box, but writing a little magic to do this is and
installing it in your home dir is pretty easy. Unfortunatley you
can't quite just make your magic do 'reset -y, run' because %reset
asks unconditionally. But %reset is small enough (see magic_reset in
Magic.py) that you can simply copy its contents into your own personal
%rrun and then have that call %run. Let us know if you have any
problems with this and need further help.
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