Built-in Python Interpreter¶
A python interpreter can be activated by pressing the keys CTRL + i in Windows and Linux and by using COMMAND + i in OS/X.
locals() of the python interpreter are:
The interpreter also has some attributes that can be changed in runtime, like:
# 0 means, no opacity # 255 means, full opacity self.opacity = 50 # changing layer color to a reddish one self.color = (204, 32, 32 ) # changing the font color to white self.cfg['code.font_color'] = (255,255,255) # changing the font size self.cfg['code.font_size'] = 24 # changing the font name self.cfg['code.font_name'] = 'Courier New' # obtaining the current scene: current_scene = director.scene
Once the interpreter was activated, it will remain in memory. From now on, you can hide it and show it by pressing (again) the CTRL+i (or COMMAND+i) keys.