Python Environment

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bill

31 Dec, 2017 03:19 PM

Looking at file python_template.py this code starts everything off:

# get the default environment variables, set by Moneydance
print "The Moneydance app controller: %s"%(moneydance)
print "The current data set: %s"%(moneydance_data)
print "The UI: %s"%(moneydance_ui)

The Javadocs don't cover Python environment setup. It would really help to know what environment variables are set and what their types are. Armed with that information the Javadocs could be used to figure out how to manipulate them or to set up a different environment from the default.

Thanks in advance for any help,
Bill

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