[IPython-dev] Release of pyreadline 1.3

Alexander Belchenko bialix at ukr.net
Sat Jul 29 11:40:44 EDT 2006

Jörgen Stenarson пишет:
> Aleander,
> I could not reproduce your problems. But I have made some additional 
> changes to the color handling so perhaps your problem was fixed. If not 
> please let me know, it would also be useful to know your color settings 
> in the windows console.

New version has the same problem with bright foreground color: it 
convert it to darker equivalent (because in each nibble most significant 
bit is forced to 0).


> Alexander Belchenko skrev:
>> Jörgen Stenarson пишет:
>>> Alexander Belchenko skrev:
>>>> I download and install new pyreadline and test it with IPython 0.7.1.
>>>> Suddenly this implementation has some undesirable effect (in compare
>>>> with UNC readline): when IPython running it use settings of console for
>>>> foreground color, but in the prompt it try to force to use darker color.
>>>> But I don't want it! And even when I switch manually color of foreground
>>>> for my console back to bright yellow (as my default when IPython
>>>> started) then during multiline editing pyreadline again switch to dark
>>>> yellow color.
>> ...
>>> I have comitted a patch to svn so please try the trunk version and let 
>>> me know if there are any problems.
>> Hmmm. There is problem with that patch.
>> There is no problem with LightBG color scheme but I have problems with 
>> Linux color scheme (at black background).
>> Reproduction of problem in IPython:
>> import os
>> os.path?
>> When I use your original release of pyreadline 1.3 then all docstrings 
>> prints OK. See screenshot original.png.
>> When I install patched version of pyreadline then magic help prints as 
>> black on black. See screenshot patched.png.
>> -- 
>> Alexander
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