Re: [eclipse-clp-users] Newbie TKEclipse question

From: Kish Shen <kisshen_at_...5...>
Date: Thu, 30 Jul 2009 00:21:53 +0100
Gregory Harman wrote:
> What's the best way to view a stream (say, stdout) from within  
> TKEclipse?

Hi Greg,

stdout is not the standard output stream in ECLiPSe -- the stream named 
output is -- this is the stream that is written to when you call output 
predicates such as write/1. In this case, the output will normally 
appear in the "Output and Error Messages" Window of TkECLiPSe, unless 
you redirect it with set_stream/2.

There is a stream called stdout, which is not connected to any 
pre-existing window in TkECLiPSe. When you first write to such a 
unconnected output stream, a new window will appear with the output. 
This window may be hidden, because it is not autoraised, so your 
existing windows can be on top of it, so moving your existing windows 
out of the way should show it. However, there is probably no reason to 
write to this stream instead of output.


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