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Readline shell #10

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nickl- opened this Issue Sep 12, 2012 · 0 comments

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nickl- commented Sep 12, 2012

I've done the readline shel now :

  • first in php calling python_exec
  • then in python completely calling readline in php via php.call
  • history up down forward backward works fine
  • saving history works fine
  • Auto complete... doesn't want to work fine =(

There seems to be something odd with Python object instantiating python objects in php.

The print_r export:


Python rlcompleter.Completer Object
(
    [namespace] => Python <type 'dict'> Object
        (
        )

    [use_main_ns] => 0
    [__module__] => rlcompleter
    [complete] => Python <type 'function'> Object
        (
        )

    [attr_matches] => Python <type 'function'> Object
        (
        )

    [global_matches] => Python <type 'function'> Object
        (
        )

    [_callable_postfix] => Python <type 'function'> Object
        (
        )

    [__doc__] => 
    [__init__] => Python <type 'function'> Object
        (
        )

)

Looks like it might be ok right?

From ReflectionObjert::export this comes to light:


Object of class [ <internal:python> class Python ] {

  - Constants [0] {
  }

  - Static properties [0] {
  }

  - Static methods [0] {
  }

  - Properties [0] {
  }

  - Dynamic properties [9] {
    Property [ <dynamic> public $namespace ]
    Property [ <dynamic> public $use_main_ns ]
    Property [ <dynamic> public $__module__ ]
    Property [ <dynamic> public $complete ]
    Property [ <dynamic> public $attr_matches ]
    Property [ <dynamic> public $global_matches ]
    Property [ <dynamic> public $_callable_postfix ]
    Property [ <dynamic> public $__doc__ ]
    Property [ <dynamic> public $__init__ ]
  }

  - Methods [0] {
  }
}

Not exactly what we are aiming for since those are supposed to be methods.
And it's no lies they fail the is_callable test too. Maybe it's something that has changed in zend or the extensions since but this will obviously no work as either a property or a callback.

@jparise any ideas or something ring a bell? I'm looking through the code and comparing to other extensions but nothing has jumped out at me yet. Can't find lots of documentation either. What do you think?

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