[IPython-dev] ipipe news

Walter Dörwald walter at livinglogic.de
Wed Mar 1 08:00:48 CST 2006


Arnd Baecker wrote:

> On Wed, 1 Mar 2006, [ISO-8859-1] Walter Dörwald wrote:
> 
>> Arnd Baecker wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> [...]
>>> thanks for the rapid fix.
>>> Now the example you mailed works in as much I get a list
>>> with # key value.
>>> Moving on the value field and pressing <enter> (that's what
>>> one is supposed to do, or?) gives
>>>   "TypeError: iteration over non-sequence"
>>> Could this be another 2.3 vs. 2.4 thing?
>> No, pressing <enter> enters the object itself (i.e. the key value pair
>> (which doesn't work this case)), you have to press E (i.e. shift-e).
> 
> Thanks - and "h" does give a nice overview of all possibilities.
> (I should have had a look at the source ;-)

The two most important commands are listed in the lower right corner
(quit and help).

> -  BTW: there are several
> lines >80 chars which makes it hard to read when they get wrapped).

In the source, or in the help screen?

> Very nice to have this tool, many thanks,

Bye,
    Walter Dörwald




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