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Re: console info

From: Orm Finnendahl
Subject: Re: console info
Date: Sat, 8 May 2010 12:03:49 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.18 (2008-05-17)

Hi Sven,

 I don't know whether there is a way to change the prompt to disappear
completely without changing the sources (as this is generally not the
intended behaviour) but as a workaround you could pipe the guile
output through sed to remove the prompt. Try this command in a

guile | sed -e 's/^guile>//g'

That should do what you want. You can do that programmatically as well
or invoke this as a script from within your program.

In general your approach seems strange to me. Without exactly knowing
how to do it I'd suggest you look for a way to approach guile's read
routine directly and handle the results internally rather than dealing
with netcat and stdout.


Am Saturday, den 08. May 2010 um 08:28:38 Uhr (+0200) schrieb Sven Schäfer:
>    Hi obj.
>    I forgot to write that I will use Guile on a linux system.
>    Only the output “guile>” should be disable. All other outputs from Guile
>    should go to the stdout.
>    A short overview:
>    I will write the output from Guile in variables. A second program
>    communicates with the “Guile”-program over netcat. This program sends
>    instructions to the Guile program. Then the Guile program returns some
>    data (for example an integer). When I now write the output in the second
>    program into a variable, I write also the “guile>” into it. Because of
>    this I will only disable the output of “guile>”.
>    I hope I write this a little bit understandable. J

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