[IPython-dev] [IPython-user] IPython 0.7.0 is out.

Fernando Perez Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu
Tue Jan 24 00:19:18 EST 2006

Ville Vainio wrote:
> On 1/22/06, Fernando Perez <Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu> wrote:
>>Ville, can you quickly summarize for me which changes in trunk you think I
>>should apply to the release branch?  Is it only the setup.py stuff?
> I think you should try applying 1062 and 1064 to create proper eggs,
> if you can find the time. Those patches have no chance of breaking
> anything already in place.
> Note that I stripped lots of stuff from eggsetup.py. I thought it
> would be a good idea to make the egg minimal, with no examples and
> documentation. Nobody looks for the docs under site-packages/wherever
> anyway, and it would make it more feasible to make ipython a
> "dependency" when people easy_install stuff like turbogears etc (which
> is often done to places with limited disk quotas).

OK, I'll apply these unmodified.  If egg users disagree with your choices, you 
can later revisit these, or perhaps make a 'lite' and 'full' pair, if such a 
thing is possible.

The win32 installer puts the manual with a link in the start menu, and the 
*nix ones do put the docs and manpages in the proper places (/usr/share/doc). 
  Did you remove them altogether?  What happens if someone installs the egg 
and they want to read the manual?  Do they need to go online?



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