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Commit 02630a8d authored by Stefan Marr's avatar Stefan Marr
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Added Shell support


Signed-off-by: default avatarStefan Marr <git@stefan-marr.de>
parent 688b44b7
class Shell(object):
def __init__(self, universe, interpreter):
self._universe = universe
self._interpreter = interpreter
self._bootstrap_method = None
def set_bootstrap_method(self, method):
self._bootstrap_method = method
def start(self):
counter = 0
it = self._universe.nilObject
self._universe.std_println("SOM Shell. Type \"quit\" to exit.\n");
# Create a fake bootstrap frame
current_frame = self._interpreter.push_new_frame(self._bootstrap_method)
# Remember the first bytecode index, e.g. index of the halt instruction
bytecode_index = current_frame.get_bytecode_index()
while True:
try:
# Read a statement from the keyboard
stmt = raw_input("---> ")
if stmt == "quit":
return
# Generate a temporary class with a run method
stmt = ("Shell_Class_" + str(counter) +
" = ( run: it = ( | tmp | tmp := (" + stmt +
" ). 'it = ' print. ^tmp println ) )")
counter += 1
# Compile and load the newly generated class
my_class = self._universe.load_shell_class(stmt)
# If success
if my_class:
current_frame = self._interpreter.get_frame()
# Go back, so we will evaluate the bootstrap frames halt
# instruction again
current_frame.set_bytecode_index(bytecode_index)
# Create and push a new instance of our class on the stack
my_object = self._universe.new_instance(my_class)
current_frame.push(my_object)
# Push the old value of "it" on the stack
current_frame.push(it)
# Lookup the run: method
initialize = my_class.lookup_invokable(
self._universe.symbol_for("run:"))
# Invoke the run method
initialize.invoke(current_frame, self._interpreter)
# Start the interpreter
self._interpreter.start()
# Save the result of the run method
it = current_frame.pop()
except Exception, e:
import traceback
traceback.print_exc()
self._universe.error_println("Caught exception: " + str(e))
self._universe.error_println(str(
self._interpreter.get_frame().get_previous_frame()))
......@@ -15,6 +15,8 @@ from som.vmobjects.frame import Frame
from som.vmobjects.biginteger import BigInteger
from som.vmobjects.double import Double
from som.vm.shell import Shell
import som.compiler.sourcecode_compiler as sourcecode_compiler
import os
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