[IPython-user] ipyton1: get stdout from taskcontroller
Thu Dec 27 12:25:32 CST 2007
This is not implemented. But you can get back useful information that
might help using the resultNames keyword argument of the Task object:
Your actual task code can then save info to the variables a, tempb and
c, which will be pulled back to the client and available in the
Where tr is a TaskResult object.
Hope this helps.
On Dec 21, 2007 7:07 AM, Vincent Schut <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> continuing the ipython1 saga:
> (btw, pushing class instances works like a charm now!)
> I wondered: using the TaskController interface to spawn tasks to
> engines, is there any way to get the stdout from a certain task in my
> client script? I'd like to use this for debugging purposes, sometimes my
> tasks run OK on my local machine, but when running on a different
> machine I get a traceback. I'd like to put some print statements in my
> code to check certain variables, but I don't know of any way to get the
> stdout from an engine, or even better, that resulted from running a task...
> Vincent Schut.
> IPython-user mailing list
More information about the IPython-user