Editing a VB script from within Revolution

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Wed Mar 22 14:38:23 EST 2006


Ken,

Thanks, So which would the default be? straight to console = "" or not?

I will look into Python. Not sure myself since python scripts use  
Python or PythonWin to execute.


Thanks again,

Tom

On Mar 22, 2006, at 2:27 PM, Ken Ray wrote:
>
>> What is the difference between straight to console and not? Why is
>> that important?
>
> Excellent question, and unfortunately one I can't remember! :-)
>
> I remember putting it into the code for others that may want to use  
> the
> option, but I never have. And after looking on Microsoft's site, it  
> looks
> like it may be no longer an option. So just ignore it for now.
>
>> Lastly, I notice that Python is not among the parameters. Is it not a
>> choice or is it so different as to not work in this case?
>
> To be honest, I know so little about Python that I didn't know if  
> you can
> execute Python code in a similar way as VB Script. Do you know if  
> it can?
> I'd love to extend stsDoScript, but don't know what needs to be done.

Thomas J McGrath III
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