[IPython-dev] Brand new refactored version for linux users!

Ville M. Vainio vivainio@gmail....
Fri Jan 11 07:46:11 CST 2008


On Jan 11, 2008 3:38 PM, Laurent Dufréchou <laurent.dufrechou@gmail.com> wrote:

> > _ip.create_menu_item('Kill current process", kill_current_process).

> Yeah I see ,interesting, and where does 'kill_current_process' comes from?
> It would have been defined in the ipython instance or it is something
> plugged into the GUI?

It's just a callable that is visible where the create_menu_item is run.

> if you can for example write me a 10 lines
> example of a complete session where you define kill_current_process that I
> could test in ipython shell, I will be able to add it to the GUI.

Suppose that you created a wxapi module that implements this create_menu_item

Add to ipy_user_conf.py:

import wxapi
def sayhi():
  print "Hello!"

wxapi.create_menu_item('Do stuff!', sayhi)

Then, when you start wxipython, it will run ipy_user_conf.py when
IPython starts up, and register that menu command.

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