[IPython-dev] idea "native" ipython notebook
Roberto Colistete Jr.
Tue Apr 9 08:48:31 CDT 2013
Please keep in mind that IPython Notebook currently runs on desktop
OS and some mobile OS (MeeGo Harmattan OS, possibly Ubuntu Touch/Phone,
Sailfish OS, etc), and the client can run on mobile OS (Android, iOS,
etc, using the correct web browsers). Mobile OS will sell more than
traditional OS in 2013.
So I think it is not feasible to release native IPython Notebook
softwares for all these plataforms...
Em 08-04-2013 18:23, Brian Granger escreveu:
> I don't think that a native notebook app should be developed within
> ipython itself - we already have way too many things to focus on.
> Also, the effort versus reward is pretty low in my opinion. You are
> essentially taking something that already runs on the best cross
> platform application (modern web browsers), throwing that out and then
> trying to re-invent all of the cross platform stuff - even if you use
> Qt, it is a complete pain in the .... Obviously, we want this to be
> possible if other people want to get in this direction though.
> On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 11:42 AM, Carlos Córdoba <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> PyQt 4.10 already supports Qt5 but I don't know how easy would be
>> transitioning to it.
>> El 08/04/13 13:30, Damián Avila escribió:
>>> El 08/04/13 15:25, Matthias BUSSONNIER escribió:
>>>>> Our idea is to start with the simplest approach: embedding each notebook in a QtWebKit widget and not using the dashboard.
>>>> Didn't had the chance to look deeper but I would have suggested Chromium embedded.
>>> I used Qtwebkit widget in vIPer with PyQt 4.9 and it is slow... but I
>>> have not tested recently... I think PyQt 5.0 was released, maybe there
>>> was an improvement.
>>> I will check this soon and let you know.
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