jorgen.stenarson at bostream.nu
Mon Sep 26 13:54:59 CDT 2005
I have thought about Ville's suggestions and have made the following
changes (some are not related to his comments)
*Changed docstring for %psearch to replace %listdef with %psearch. Added
a few more examples.
*Added use of the pager, so long outputs are paused
*Now searches all objects not just modules.
This means a lot more matches are generated if a loose pattern is
specified. ?*.* will match all objects in all modules just as before and
also all attributes of all objects in the searched namespaces.
*Case insensitive by default
*Changed options to use hyphen+singleletter instead of !+singleletter
eg. -c for case sensitive -a for show all (even objects starting with
?PATTERN [OBJECT TYPE] [-NAMSPACE]+ [+NAMESPACE]+ [-a] [-c]
Ville Vainio wrote:
> Does "%psearch *.*ste*" work, so that it will find os.system?
> Can I search for methods in a bunch classes, a'la
> %psearch mymod.MyClass*Impl.get*
Now both these cases work as expected
> ipython. Perhaps the searchable namespaces could be "remembered" and
> removed by
> %psearch -addns os
> %psearch -rmns sys
This may be something that is desireable but currently the only possible
choices for namespaces are: user, builtin, internal, alias which are the
four namespaces stored in the shell object. And they can be
added/removed by +- before the namespace.
At this point I think the wildcard patch is feature complete, from my
point of view, for the next release. Fernando are there any other
changes you would like before comitting the patch?
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