@dgelessus , thanks so much. Took the debug out and it works. But I am almost sure that it used to work. Maybe I am wrong.
But really, thank you. It's great it's working.
I finally got PythonAnywhere working today the way I want. I just had to watch a video :). here I just have the basic todo list example from the docs working. But I finally figured out how to install and configure a virtualenv there.
Unfortunately his post seems 2 years old. I didn't know about computable... Ok, I just read a bit more on the subject and based on the very grim state of Fortran on iOS it's ovbious iOS isn't ready. Not much tombe done unless Apple becomes interested in Fortran code in iOS. A bit sad.
@ywangd, no problems I understand. The main reason to bring it up is mainly a support issue. I have used the autocorrect buttons a few times. And something fails, like selfupdate. But it didn't really fail, just got some strange input. Easy to jump to the conclusion that stash is not working.
@ywangd, thank you. The third line has a extra space with the ~ in the path. But it does work after correcting it. I am getting version 1.0.11 now. This is great for me. Just wanted version 1.0 and above.
Not from the console, that's still a normal Python prompt. Inside the pip package there is a __main__.py file, which is the main pip program. If you tap and hold the play button you can pass arguments to the program, so if you would normally run pip install requests you'd write install requests into the arguments field.