For what it's worth, the direction of the IPython project seems to be parallel but offset from where I think yt should be going. They have been doing quite a bit of work on client/server architecture, but from my reading of it, it will be difficult to get that architecture to work nicely with how yt functions.
On Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 12:24 PM, Stephen Skory email@example.com wrote:
I'll take a look and see what I think. I don't want to commit to this straight-off, but I'll commit to at least seeing what helping you out would take. I'll let you know.
I just took a look through the 0.10 and 0.11 docs for IPython. You're right about the API changes to the embedded shell. There's a warning and a bit of text about the change, but it isn't even documented yet. The page in the 0.11 docs that covers embedding hasn't been updated yet and is identical to the 0.10 version. Therefore, I'll continue to offer my future help, but until they update their docs, I don't want to dive into this. Just remember to bug me to do this in the future, in case I forget :)
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