[IPython-dev] [ANN] IPython 3.0

Carlos Córdoba ccordoba12 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 28 14:49:15 EST 2015


Congratulations to Min, Thomas, Matthias, Brian, Fernando, and the other 
contributors for a great job. This a fantastic release!!


El 27/02/15 a las 19:26, MinRK escribió:
> Hello all,
> IPython 3.0 is officially released. Give it a try:
> |pip install --upgrade "ipython[all]"
> |
> and check out the release notes 
> <http://ipython.org/ipython-doc/3/whatsnew/version3.html> for the 
> highlights of what’s changed.
> This is a massive release, with almost 6000 commits and almost 1000 
> pull requests merged from over 150 contributors. The central feature 
> of 3.0 is improving support for languages other than Python. This 
> includes a new kernel spec 
> <http://ipython.org/ipython-doc/3/development/kernels.html#kernel-specs>, 
> and updates to the message protocol 
> <http://ipython.org/ipython-doc/3/development/messaging.html> and 
> notebook format 
> <http://ipython.org/ipython-doc/3/notebook/nbformat.html>. We already 
> have 33 kernels and counting 
> <https://github.com/ipython/ipython/wiki/IPython-kernels-for-other-languages>. 
> IPython 3.0 also marks the beginning of the transition to Jupyter.
> 3.x will be the last monolithic release of IPython, as the next 
> release cycle will see the growing project split into its 
> Python-specific and language-agnostic components. Language-agnostic 
> projects (notebook, qtconsole, protocol, etc.) will move under the 
> umbrella of the new Project Jupyter, while Python-specific projects 
> (interactive Python shell, Python kernel for Jupyter, 
> IPython.parallel) will remain under IPython, and be split into a few 
> smaller packages. To reflect this, IPython is in a bit of a transition 
> state. We are going to do our best to ease this transition for users 
> and developers.
> With an increasing number of hosted notebook projects such as 
> JupyterHub <https://github.com/jupyter/jupyterhub>, where the Notebook 
> UI may be users’ only window onto the system, we have added a terminal 
> and text editor to the web UI, so the basics should be covered.
> Thanks to everyone who helped put this together.
> -MinRK on behalf of the IPython (and Jupyter) team
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