[IPython-dev] ipipe news

Fernando Perez Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu
Thu Mar 2 15:59:49 CST 2006


Walter Dörwald wrote:
> Ville Vainio wrote:
> 
> 
>>On 3/1/06, Walter Dörwald <walter at livinglogic.de> wrote:
>>
>>
>>>How do we handle maintenance? Do I upload patches to the tracker or can
>>>I have repository write access? I promise I won't touch anything except
>>>ipipe. ;)
>>
>>That's Fernando's call, but I think this level of maintenance can be
>>managed by just sending me the patches directly.
> 
> 
> OK!

Well, if Ville is OK with patches, I'd say let's stick to that for now.  If we 
find over time that this becomes a significant bottleneck, we'll revisit the 
issue.  It's not that I don't trust you, but simply that I don't want to add a 
committer for every subcomponent, and having a few core developers who go over 
patches also helps ensure a little in the way of coding consistency.

But again, if it becomes a problem, we'll take care of it as needed.

And many thanks for this contribution!

I'd like to ask though, if I'm doing something wrong in trying to use it.  I 
simply read the 'ipipe?' docstring and typed the first example:

In [1]: from ipipe import *

In [2]: iwalk | ifilter("name.endswith('.py')") | isort("size")


It all seems to work (I saw a lot of network traffic, consistent with a 
directory traversal on our NFS-mounted filesystem).  But the curses browser 
doesn't show anything at all when it opens, and no error is printed.  It lists 
'0 objects' in the status line.  Am I missing something here?

Cheers,

f




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