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@@ -3531,14 +3531,14 @@ terminal window.
- It is also worth noting that ``devshell`` still works over X11
forwarding and similar situations.
-Using a Development Python Shell
+Using a Python Development Shell
================================
Similar to working within a development shell as described in the
previous section, you can also spawn and work within an interactive
Python development shell. When debugging certain commands or even when
-just editing packages, ``devpyshell`` can be a useful tool. When you
-invoke the ``devpyshell`` task, all tasks up to and including
+just editing packages, ``pydevshell`` can be a useful tool. When you
+invoke the ``pydevshell`` task, all tasks up to and including
:ref:`ref-tasks-patch` are run for the
specified target. Then a new terminal is opened. Additionally, key
Python objects and code are available in the same way they are to
@@ -3563,17 +3563,17 @@ system were executing them. Consequently, working this way can be
helpful when debugging a build or preparing software to be used with the
OpenEmbedded build system.
-Following is an example that uses ``devpyshell`` on a target named
+Following is an example that uses ``pydevshell`` on a target named
``matchbox-desktop``::
- $ bitbake matchbox-desktop -c devpyshell
+ $ bitbake matchbox-desktop -c pydevshell
This command spawns a terminal and places you in an interactive Python
interpreter within the OpenEmbedded build environment. The
:term:`OE_TERMINAL` variable
controls what type of shell is opened.
-When you are finished using ``devpyshell``, you can exit the shell
+When you are finished using ``pydevshell``, you can exit the shell
either by using Ctrl+d or closing the terminal window.
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