[IPython-dev] Starting to plan for 0.11 (this time for real)

Thomas Kluyver takowl at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 06:30:29 EDT 2010

On 29 October 2010 02:10, <ipython-dev-request at scipy.org> wrote:

> We now have a massive amount of  new code in the pipeline, and it's
> really high time we start getting this out in the hands of users
> beyond those willing to run from a git HEAD.  0.11 will be a 'tech
> preview' release, especially because the situation with regards to the
> parallel code is a bit messy right now.  But we shouldn't wait for too
> much longer.

I don't know what sort of QA process it would need to go through, but could
we look at doing a parallel release of IPython on Python 3? As it stands, it
would have to just be the plain terminal version, but I think that's still
valuable. I'm fairly happy that that side is working, and it passes all the
automated tests.

The Qt frontend is tantalisingly close to working, largely thanks to MinRK's
work with pyzmq, and I hope I can clear the remaining roadblocks soon, but I
don't know if it will be ready in a month. And if the new HTML frontend can
work with it too, that's just icing on the cake.

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