[IPython-dev] wxPython console

Emmanuel Bacry emmanuel.bacry@polytechnique...
Thu Nov 3 05:31:27 CDT 2011



Ilan Schnell wrote:
> 
> As far as I know, no.  Although, given the new infrastructure,
> one could write a wxPython console (or in fact any type of
> console) which connects to the IPython kernel.
> 
> - Ilan
> 
> 
> On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 3:58 PM, Piotr Zolnierczuk
> <piotr.zolnierczuk@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I just saw Fernando's talk @scipy2011 I was wondering if there are any
>> plans
>> to support a wxPython console?
>> Piotr
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Could you just give me some hints on how you would do that ? I'm kind of new
on python/ipython. Very impressed by ipython and I would like to embed it in
a wx console.

Let's say I have a wx console widget ready, the wx main loop is running. 
Now I want to have a ipython shell object available, with stdin and stdout
redirected, 
so that I can send to it input and get from it the output.

- What is the class of such an object ? Is it InteractiveShellEmbed ? Isn't
it just for "interactive" shell?

- Can I make it non blocking ? (using thread each time I send input to it?)

An a last but quite different question : 

- Would I be able to use matplotlib through it ? I kind of understood there
is a way matplot lib uses a wx main_loop already running right ?


Thank you very much.

And please .. apologize if some questions are naive ... 


Emmanuel
 


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