Python pyreadline

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What is Python pyreadline?

Pyreadline is based after a UNC readline by Gary Bishop. Its development is now lead by Jorgen Stenarson. These new features have been included over the first UNC readline – Support for international characters if the user owns the right codepage active. They can copy and paste these characters by using the clipboard. There is also a Smart Paste feature for convenient use with ipython – This has the ability to convert tabs that are separating data to python list. It can also convert file paths to use and escape any spaces.

This program also allows pasting of multiline code that removes empty lines. A system bell is disabled by default, and can also be activated by a config file. UNC readline is not being developed further. Readline can also be considered as the continuation of this project. The pyreadline package is also a python implementation of the GNU readline functionality. It is based after the types of UNC readline packages. This program contains keyboard text selection and copy paste. Users can shift arrowkeys for text selection, as well as use control-c for copying and activating config files.

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