[IPython-dev] [ANN] IPython 1.0.0a1
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Sun Jul 21 23:40:05 EDT 2013
Le 21 juil. 2013 à 20:33, Aaron Meurer a écrit :
> This is actually coming from a conda package I built
> Here is the empty profile:
be carefull many files still have references to frontend.
- ipython3 = IPython.frontend.terminal.ipapp:launch_new_instance [py3k]
- ipython = IPython.frontend.terminal.ipapp:launch_new_instance
> $ipython --profile empty
> UserWarning: The top-level `frontend` package has been deprecated. All
> its subpackages have been moved to the top `IPython` level.
> warn("The top-level `frontend` package has been deprecated. "
> UserWarning: Found old IPython config file
> u'/Users/aaronmeurer/.ipython/ipythonrc' (modified by user)
> warnings.warn("Found old IPython config file %r (modified by user)"%f)
> The IPython configuration system has changed as of 0.11, and these files will
> be ignored. See http://ipython.github.com/ipython-doc/dev/config for details
> of the new config system.
> To start configuring IPython, do `ipython profile create`, and edit
> `ipython_config.py` in <ipython_dir>/profile_default.
> If you need to leave the old config files in place for an older version of
> IPython and want to suppress this warning message, set
> `c.InteractiveShellApp.ignore_old_config=True` in the new config.
> `c.InteractiveShellApp.ignore_old_config=True` in the new config.""")
> Python 2.7.5 |Continuum Analytics, Inc.| (default, Jun 28 2013, 22:20:13)
> Type "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
> IPython 1.0.0a1 -- An enhanced Interactive Python.
> ? -> Introduction and overview of IPython's features.
> %quickref -> Quick reference.
> help -> Python's own help system.
> object? -> Details about 'object', use 'object??' for extra details.
> IPython profile: empty
> In :
> Is there a way to just ignore the profile stuff (like emacs -Q)?
> Aaron Meurer
> On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 10:29 PM, MinRK <benjaminrk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Do you have anything in your config files that might import from frontend
>> (could be such an import in sympy printing)? Does it happen with an empty
>> profile (`ipython --profile empty`), or in a fresh install in a clean venv?
>> It's possible some of the entry points weren't updated, but I don't think
>> that's the case.
>> On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 8:23 PM, Aaron Meurer <asmeurer at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I get
>>> UserWarning: The top-level `frontend` package has been deprecated. All
>>> its subpackages have been moved to the top `IPython` level.
>>> warn("The top-level `frontend` package has been deprecated. "
>>> when I start IPython. Is it maybe an issue with my configuration?
>>> Aaron Meurer
>>> On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 8:43 PM, MinRK <benjaminrk at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> First alpha of IPython 1.0.0 is now available, please give it a test
>>>> Probably the quickest way to install:
>>>> pip install
>>>> Lots of new stuff, especially in the notebook. Also significant
>>>> improvements in IPython.parallel and qtconsole, and a revamped input
>>>> transform system that should be much better behaved than ever before.
>>>> loads of bugfixes all over the place, of course.
>>>> For a quick summary, see what's new.
>>>> The most significant addition is nbconvert, accessible now as ipython
>>>> nbconvert [mynotebook.ipynb].
>>>> nbconvert is going to be decidedly in ‘tech preview’ mode for 1.0,
>>>> so we hope to hear from early adopters, particularly those using it to
>>>> integrate IPython with blogging engines or writing papers or
>>>> We full expect that by 2.0 there will need to be enough changes that
>>>> APIs will not survive from 1.0 to 2.0, so you should be aware of that.
>>>> There will still be a few more adjustments to nbconvert,
>>>> and more fleshing out of documentation before 1.0 is released.
>>>> Please report any installation issues you encounter, that's the most
>>>> important part of this first alpha.
>>>> We are happy to get this out before our big all hands dev meeting this
>>>> and only six days behind schedule (who said that July 15 was the target
>>>> final release of 1.0?)
>>>> Thanks for everyone's contributions in getting us this far!
>>>> -MinRK et al. IPython Devs
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