[IPython-dev] IPython ubuntu packaging.
jtaylor.debian at googlemail.com
Thu Sep 29 13:27:08 EDT 2011
On 09/29/2011 03:39 PM, Thomas Kluyver wrote:
> On 29 September 2011 14:13, Hans Meine <hans_meine at gmx.net
> <mailto:hans_meine at gmx.net>> wrote:
> Concerning "easy setup", I missed PPAs to be mentioned in a recent
> as an easy installation method for Ubuntu systems. In particular,
> Chris Lea
> (whom I don’t know personally, so trust him on your own risk) seems
> to offer
> all optional ipython dependencies, so that it is enough to issue:
> sudo apt-add-repository ppa:chris-lea/libpgm
> sudo apt-add-repository ppa:chris-lea/zeromq
> sudo apt-add-repository ppa:chris-lea/python-tornado
> Perhaps even more conveniently, Julian Taylor made an ipython-dev ppa,
> which contains IPython (albeit not a dev version at the moment), zeromq,
> pyzmq and libpgm:
> Tornado isn't in there at the moment, but it would be an obvious thing
> to add if we're packaging the version with the notebook. Hopefully in a
> few months, we won't be depending on so much bleeding-edge stuff, so it
> will be easier to set up.
As the ppa is mentioned, here the current status and future plans for it:
The ppa contains 0.11 and its dependencies (mirrored from debian) but
currently only for oneiric and natty.
After oneiric is released (~2 weeks) I plan on pushing 0.11 or 0.12 to
the main archive quite early in the 12.04 LTS cycle.
I will then move 0.1 to my "stable" ipython ppa and probably support
lucid if possible too.
Then I can add more or less bleeding edge -dev versions to my
ipython-dev ppa including tornado and maybe mathjax (which hopefully
will be in debian soon:
Debian experimental packaging will probably be a bit less up to date as
I don't have direct uploads rights there.
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