Provided by: bpython3_0.10.1-3_all
bpython - a fancy curses interface to the Python interactive interpreter
bpython [options] [file [args]]
The idea is to provide the user with all the features in-line, much like modern IDEs, but in a simple, lightweight package that can be run in a terminal window. * In-line syntax highlighting. Hilights commands as you type! * Readline-like autocomplete with suggestions displayed as you type. Press tab to complete expressions when there's only one suggestion. * Expected parameter list. This displays a list of parameters for any function you call. It uses the inspect module, then tries pydoc. * Rewind. This is a bit misleading, but it code that has been entered is remembered, and when you Rewind, it pops the last line and re-evaluates the entire code. This is error-prone, and mostly useful for defining classes and functions. * Pastebin code/write to file. This posts the current buffer to a pastebin (paste.pocoo.org) or writes it to a file. * Flush curses screen to stdout. Unlike other curses apps, bpython dumps the screen data to stdout when you quit, so you see what you've done in the buffer of your terminal.
The long and short forms of options, shown here as alternatives, are equivalent. If bpython sees an argument it does not know, execution falls back to the regular Python interpreter. --config=config Use config instead of default config file. -h --help Show the help message and exit. -i --interactive Drop to bpython shell after running file instead of exiting. The PYTHONSTARTUP file is not read. -q --quiet Do not flush the output to stdout. -V --version Print bpython's version and exit.
bpython's keys are fully configurable. See http://docs.bpython- interpreter.org/configuration.html#keyboard
~/.bpython/config Your bpython config. See sample-config (in /usr/share/doc/bpython/examples on Debian) for various options you can use, or read bpython-config(5) .
See http://bitbucket.org/bobf/bpython/issues/ for a list of known issues.
bpython was written by Robert Anthony Farrell <email@example.com> and his bunch of loyal followers. This manual page was written by Jørgen Pedersen Tjernø <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). September 21, 2009 BPYTHON(1)