[IPython-dev] IPython 5.0.0b2
matthew.brett at gmail.com
Wed Jun 8 16:31:39 EDT 2016
On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 4:30 PM, Matthias Bussonnier
<bussonniermatthias at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all, nothing exciting if you saw the previous announcement.
> I just released IPython 5.0.0 beta2.
> We had roughly a dozen PR since beta1 polishing up some things, and
> improving documentation !
> Thanks for all those who pitched in for this beta1 really appreciated !
> The main point of this release is to fix a few backward compatibility,
> mainly with the qtconsole.
> And a few keyboard shortcut improvement, mainly `Enter` does pick up a
> completion but does not submit the code a few will also be improved in
> We also release a beta 1 od jupyter_qtconsole that fix the
> compatibility problem with IPython 5.x, and gain like IPython a
> prompt_toolkit interface
> As usual you can update with
> $ pip install ipython --upgrade --pre
> and if you are a user of jupyter_console
> $ pip install jupyter_console --upgrade
> Also if you are following the development of Python packaging, this
> release was uploaded though the new warehouse.python.org which is in
> developpement. So if you have any installation trouble, let us know.
> I'll try to do a beta3 with (hopefully) the last annoying fix on
> Thursday or Friday.
I hate to be annoying - but after a little while using the vi
keybindings, it's still pretty frustrating to have to type ESC in
order to get the old Ctrl-p behavior. Is there a way of configuring
this in the IPython configuration? I think others might also prefer
to have the old Ctrl-p behavior as the default.
Is it possible to switch back to the old readline support, in the worst case?
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