Author kbk
Date 2003-08-14.16:39:05
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Oh, big differences: Without the -n switch, which makes
IDLE act like the 2.2 version, IDLE starts up an execution
server subprocess which then connects to the user's
GUI.  This subprocess is restarted every time the user
does a Run/F5 or a Shell/Restart Shell.

There are other major differences.  The IDLE in 2.3 is the
version developed on the IDLEfork project at Sourceforge.

It sounds like you are getting farther than Duane Kaufman.
I wonder if he was seeing the initial message in the shell
window like you are.  Do you see the menus?

Well, gotta go  :-)
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