[chuck-users] dumb python question...

Andrew Turley aturley at acm.org
Wed Sep 12 14:54:48 EDT 2012

Sorry, I may have been a little unclear; "shell2$ chuck read-line.ck"
is doing the reading on the other side.


On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 2:30 PM, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 02:16:43PM -0400, Andrew Turley wrote:
>> The script in examples/io/read-line.ck will do this. Just make sure to
>> create and open the named pipe before launching the script. I do
>> something like this (where shell1 and shell2 are different shells):
> Clever!
>> shell1$ mkfifo example.txt
>> shell1$ cat > example.txt
> Here I believe you also need....
> shell2$ cat example.txt &
> ...to read again at the other side.
>> shell2$ chuck read-line.ck
>> Now just type lines in shell1 and they'll show up in shell2. Once you
>> type control-C in shell1 you'll kill the writing process and
>> read-line.ck will stop running.
> Yes, I love it. Way more simple than how I was using screen for
> basically this thing, but sending code to a running Scheme session,
> maybe I can now clean up that script too and simplify stuff. screen is
> nice because it can keep session alive, but with this kind of thing I
> typically don't want that and would rather have a easy way to reset
> everything in the whole system.
> Thanks!
> Kas.

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