[IPython-dev] Porting python3
Omar Andrés Zapata Mesa
Thu Apr 22 09:55:13 CDT 2010
Ok not problem I am working hardly in zmq prototypes writing a good
implementation of json library, and I am having frequent meetings with
Jorge Zuluaga to refine the ipython-zmq`s design.
I had talked to Brian about a howto I'm doing and a new branch for
experimental ipython-zmq code.
Brian suggested me to write the howto on the blog then I am writing a
"howto" to test ipython-zmq in my blog http://ipythonzmq.blogspot.com/ and
I create a new branch lp:~ipython-contrib/+junk/ipython-zmq-dev
but has nothing yet, because I am ordering code. I will upload some code
The ipython-zmq`s documentation branch is
El 22 de abril de 2010 00:19, Fernando Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org>escribió:
> Hi Omar,
> 2010/4/18 Omar Andrés Zapata Mesa <email@example.com>:
> > Hi all,
> > I am working in port iplib and some core files of ipython to python3, to
> > make some test in the system zmq,
> > but is better know if we have some plan to do this or some especail repo
> > with someting writed.
> It's important to note that the zmq project would provide the
> *foundation* for a python3 port, but it's not tasked directly with
> porting anything at all. For this project, you should focus on
> creating the zmq support and the 2-process implementation that retains
> 100% of IPython's functionality.
> Once that is done, we'll have ahead of us the task of moving from
> Twisted to zmq for the distributed computing aspects, a non-trivial
> problem but one that will be very interesting to tackle.
> Only once twisted is out of the picture will we be able to consider a
> full py3 port.
> Let me know if any of this isn't clear to you.
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