[IPython-dev] Release plans...

Fernando Perez fperez.net@gmail....
Thu Apr 5 18:12:26 CDT 2007


On 4/5/07, Dan Milstein <danmil@comcast.net> wrote:
> > Since it would basically mean almost blind-dumping that code with no
> > chance of testing it, I'm reluctant.
>
> Agreed.  I want it to get a solid review.
>
> > I'd much rather get 0.8.0 on Tuesday and immediately commit your code
> > for 0.8.1.  That release could come soon, and that will be the code
> > base we'll use for the Boulder Sprint, and which we'll pull into the
> > saw branch for the future.
>
> That sounds excellent.  I think that was my fear -- that the next
> release would be a long way off, and the refactoring might get lost
> (and I would forget how it worked ;-).  The above sounds great.

We have a plan then.

> > I hate to put you on hold, given your contributions.  But I hope you
> > understand the constraints...
>
> No worries.  Very much appreciate the quick response.

My pleasure.  Please rebase your patches once 0.8.0 is out and feel
free to send them my way.

Regarding

http://projects.scipy.org/ipython/ipython/ticket/52

I just applied this to my local tree:

Index: test_prefilter.py
===================================================================
--- test_prefilter.py	(revision 2218)
+++ test_prefilter.py	(working copy)
@@ -145,7 +145,7 @@
     ( '?thing',    handle_help,  ),
     ( 'thing?',    handle_help ),  # '?' can trail...
     ( 'thing!',    handle_normal), # but only '?' can trail
-    ( '!thing?',   handle_help),   # trailing '?' wins if more than one
+    ( '!thing?',   handle_shell_escape),   # trailing '?' wins if more than one
     ( '   ?thing', handle_help),   # ignore leading whitespace
     ( '!ls',       handle_shell_escape ),
     ( '%magic',    handle_magic),


I think that's the correct test in light of Stefan's patches and the
behavior we want, no?

I'll commit later with a few other minor thingies.

Cheers,

f


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