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Author terry.reedy
Recipients Saimadhav.Heblikar, asvetlov, ggenellina, gpolo, louielu, markroseman, mcepl, mrabarnett, rhettinger, terry.reedy, veganaiZe, wolma
Date 2017-06-20.23:16:38
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Running with arguments is only one requested or possible deviation from the standard F5 mode.  See #19042, msg296498, for many more.  I am thinking that there should be one menu entry (Custom Run, Alt-F5)? that brings up a box with alternatives, initially defaulting to the F5 values, then persisting.

The order of execution should be a) Syntax check by compile, b) Run options, if requested, c) Restart Shell, if requested, d) Execute code object.

I want to start with setting sys.args, but with a mind to adding other things.  Running without explicit saving might be next.
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