Connect Python script to xterm
via-xterm script [argument ...]
How is this useful?
To simplify debugging of scripts, that use escape sequences/curses/urwid, in an IDE (e.g. PyCharm). Normally IDEs’ integrated consoles do not handle all the escape sequences, so one has to either live with that or use remote debugging.
via-xterm wraps the target script in a way that its stdin/stdout are connected to a new xterm -S instance, which handles the user interaction. Debugging the target script is possible, because it is run using compile() and exec() builtins.
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