Author terry.reedy
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Date 2020-04-22.07:13:55
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By design, IDLE should only allow one editor instance per file for a given python-IDLE process.  "$ python3 fails.py" opens a new python-IDLE process, independent of existing processes. It is possible that double-clicking good.py multiple times opens a new IDLE process each time, without a new Shell.  You could check the process list in Terminal. (I have forgotten the unix command and barely know bash.)
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