[IPython-dev] Digging into IPython
warren.weckesser at enthought.com
Thu Jan 14 18:27:09 EST 2010
Fernando Perez wrote:
> Hi Warren,
> On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 2:25 PM, Warren Weckesser
> <warren.weckesser at enthought.com> wrote:
>> I'm starting to dig into the ipython code, with the eventual goal of
>> updating some of the code in the Enthought Tool Suite to make better ipython
>> plugins. I have a lot of questions, but I'll start with a simple one. What
>> is wrong with the following code?
> Since you're just starting out and this is for new work for ETS, let's
> get off the ground with the new machinery instead.
Yes, good idea, especially if the 0.10 API is already deprecated.
> The new api isn't
> fully baked out yet, but it's much, much nicer in many ways, the
> functionality is better (in particular for ETS, the GUI support is
> better), we have the traits-'lite' code we talked about with Eric
> Jones at Scipy'09 in place now, etc.
> The branch I've been posting about is in review, so you can work off
> of it (and any feedback from you will be very useful):
> And if you want docs/binaries:
> * the docs for the in-testing ipython are at:
> * and downloads in various formats are at:
> * Note: the files with .bzr.r1321 in the names are the relevant
> ones for today's call, NOT the 'nightly' ones.
> Please have a go off this code instead, where your time and ours will
> be much more productively spent than on 0.10, whose APIs are now
Thanks. I'll be experimenting with this over the next week or so.
Expect more questions. :)
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