[IPython-dev] IPython 5.0.0rc1
asmeurer at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 20:22:09 EDT 2016
Minor annoyance with the emacs bindings: C-k at the end of a line
should delete the newline. Probably also the reverse for C-u.
Question: with the new multiline editing, up arrow (and C-p) just move
up a line. Is there a fast way to cycle through the history without
going up one line at a time in each history item?
Bug under the emacs bindings: M-d under a single character doesn't
delete the character.
On Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 7:41 PM, Matthias Bussonnier
<bussonniermatthias at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm happy to announce IPython 5.0.0rc1, hopefully that will be the last before
> the final version. Upgrade with
> $ pip install ipython --upgrade --pre
> We have 1 outstanding issue where `%matplotlib qt` on Windows is currently
> broken, we would need help in getting that fixed as most of the dev dont have
> windows available.
> - https://github.com/ipython/ipython/issues/9652
> The time since Beta4 have been longer than usual as we were waiting for some
> upstream fixes.
> Big improvement and efforts on the documentation side, that you can view on
> In particular the what's new is of interest:
> Since Beta 4 we had the following noticeable points.
> - Attempt to document most of prompt_toolkit shortcuts (vi and emacs mode)
> - lots of cleanup of readline-relative code that should be unused, and added
> quite a bit of DeprecationWarnings in places that needed them.
> - restore color in IPython.embed()
> - TerminalInteractiveShell.colors gain a "Neutral" theme now the default, that
> should be visible both on light and dark BG. the `linux` and `lightbg`
> variant have now more contrast, and can be switched live with `%colors`
> - lots of edge-case bug fix/crash.
> Related info:
> - There were upload issue with warehouse, If install fail, or you have weirds
> issue, feel free to tell us.
> - Jupyter console 5 is out, not much change from beta. It fix compatibility
> issues with IPython 5.0
> - Hopefully I'll release 5.0 by end of week/early next week, before or during
> SciPy with a bigger announce on the Jupyter blog.
> Thanks all
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