[IPython-dev] wxIPython0.7 - Linux is a known OS :)

Laurent Dufréchou laurent.dufrechou@gmail....
Sun Dec 16 05:12:44 CST 2007


Oups,
Can you try this in ipython_view.py?
Line 671, add time_loop argument = 0.1 s
IP = IterableIPShell(cout=self.cout,cerr=self.cout,
                     pager = self.pager, exit_handler = exit_handler,
                     time_loop = 0.1)

Cpu goes low with this here.(In with actual config thread is always looping
like 
while(1):
	if do_execute:
		....

.... ^_^
With this option:
While(1)
	If do execute:
		...
	Sleep(0.1)

For the WHITE_COLOR it is really strange... will check this...
For the '?' only commands, well it is an unsupported command for now :)
Will add support soon :)
If you know other magic commands like these tell me them because I don't
know all IPython commands :)

Thanks for your report!

Laurent


-----Message d'origine-----
De : Prabhu Ramachandran [mailto:prabhu@aero.iitb.ac.in] 
Envoyé : dimanche 16 décembre 2007 08:08
À : Laurent Dufrechou
Cc : IPython-dev@scipy.org
Objet : Re: [IPython-dev] wxIPython0.7 - Linux is a known OS :)

Prabhu Ramachandran wrote:
> Laurent Dufrechou wrote:
>> Hi IPythoners,
>>
>> Here the last version of WXIpython.
>> - Problems under linux should be resolved now.(wxGtk textctrl doesn't
like
>> Freeze/Thaw...)
>> - Added filters on history widget, you can filter ('','!' and '?'
commands)
>> - wx Pager is now thread safe ,linux is less tolerant than windows ;)
>>   Instead of being called by IPython thread it is managed by wxThread via
a
>> more complex state machine. Any better idea welcomed :)
> 
> Here is a quick note, not much time to look into it in greater detail. 
> Here are some test reports for me under Linux (Ubuntu gutsy),
> 
> The bad:
>    - I cant see what I type.  So the WHITE color isn't working.
>    - If I type just '?' on the shell I get the ipython help on the
terminal.

Sorry missed on rather major bad point which is that wxIPython seems to 
chew up a huge amount of CPU.  It takes about 95% of CPU when running.

cheers,
prabhu



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