[IPython-dev] [ANN] IPython 3.0.0rc1
mwaskom at stanford.edu
Tue Feb 17 15:43:38 EST 2015
Awesome, thanks guys!
One other thing I have noticed is that, when shift-TABing to get the
function docstring popover in the notebook, the help seems often bound to
objects that have been added as arguments, and not to the function
func(a, b, [shift-TAB]
will show me the docstring for the object that `b` points at, although this
seems to only happen when an variable is being used. In other words,
func(a, "b", [shift-TAB]
will show me the docstring for `a`.
Previously this would happen when using a function within the call, ie.e.
func1(a, func2(b), [shift=TAB]
would should me the docs for `func2` (even if I had closed parens on it).
But the behavior has changed somewhat.
On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 11:10 AM, Brian Granger <ellisonbg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the report, we have made some changes to this stuff recently
> and will get this fixed.
> On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 10:57 AM, Michael Waskom <mwaskom at stanford.edu>
>> Hi Min,
>> It looks like the scaling of figures that are larger than the cell output
>> div has changed in version 3.
>> Previously the scaling would preserve the aspect ratio of the figure, but
>> now it seems to just be scaling the width, and not the height.
>> This change can make it a lot harder to predict what a large figure is
>> going to look like, and is likely to confuse people who don't realize that
>> IPython, not matplotlib is applying the scaling.
>> Is this on purpose?
>> On Fri, Feb 13, 2015 at 3:17 PM, MinRK <benjaminrk at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> The first release candidate for IPython 3.0 is out. As with the beta,
>>> please check it out and report any problems. Hopefully this will become
>>> IPython 3.0 final by the end of the month.
>>> As with the beta, you can install the release candidate:
>>> pip install --pre "ipython[all]"
>>> See the release notes
>>> for what’s new.
>>> Thanks everyone for helping get this out.
>>> -Min RK, on behalf of the IPython team
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