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Options of function brython()

To run the Python scripts in the page, you must call the function brython() on page load

<body onload="brython([options])">

options can be an integer, in this case it is the debug level :

  • 0 (default) : no debugging. Use this when the application is debugged, it slightly speeds up execution
  • 1 : error messages are printed in the browser console (or to the output stream specified by sys.stderr)
  • 2 : the translation of Python code into Javascript code is printed in the console
  • 10 : the translation of Python code and of the imported modules is printed in the console

options can be a Javascript object, its keys can be

  • debug : debug level (see above)
  • static_stdlib_import : boolean, indicates if, in order to import modules or packages from the standard library, the static mapping table in the script stdlib_paths.js should be used. Defaults to true
  • pythonpath : a list of paths where imported modules should be searched
  • ipy_id : by default, the function brython() runs all the scripts in the page. This option specifies a list of element identifiers (tag attribute id) whose text content must be run as Python code. See brythonmagic for more information
  • profile : When the profile option is > 0 the compiler adds additional code to the generated javascript which collects profiling information. To profile module provides access to this information. It strives to provide an interface largely similar to the profile module from the standard python distribution. See (Testing, debugging and profiling)[http://brython.info/static_doc/en/test.html] for more information

Example of brython options usage:

brython({debug:1, ipy_id:['hello']})

will run the content of the element with id "hello" with debug level 1