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Sun Mar 2 17:57:39 EST 2014
Thanks for sharing this! It looks like you've done a great job, and I
hadn't heard of the Kano project before (http://www.kano.me).
On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 3:57 AM, Carl Smith <carl.input at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you're an IPython user, you may consider nush a bit redundant, but
> it does do a lot that IPython, by design, never will. The reason I'm
> plugging it here is only that it has features that IPython developers
> may find interesting.
Yup, there's obvious similarities (.commands are reminiscent of %magics,
shell/os/python blend, etc). But I'm always happy to see folks exploring
these ideas in different directions, and with the freedom that starting a
new project provides. IPython is by now an old and stodgy project, saddled
with the weight of a large user base. That's on many fronts a great thing,
as it means we've been successful in providing something of value to a lot
of people. But it also means that we're much more constrained in what we
can reasonably do without breaking things for existing users.
Best of luck with the project!
Fernando Perez (@fperez_org; http://fperez.org)
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