[IPython-user] [Fwd: Ipython mode on XEmacs/XP not working]
Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu
Fri Apr 9 11:41:08 CDT 2004
I'm forwarding your message to the ipython users list, in the hopes that
somebody there who uses Windows can help. I don't have access to a Windows
computer and I don't know how Windows handles search paths for file execution,
so I simply have no idea as to how to help you.
One note, concerning your comment 'On XP, Ipython does not distribute an
executable binary': IPython is a pure python script, so there is no such thing
as an 'executable ipython binary' for _any_ platform. Under Unix, XEmacs with
ipython.el finds and uses ipython as its python shell without any problems.
But I suspect that's because the search path mechanisms are a bit different
If it turns out that some modifications are needed to make this work better
under Xemacs/XP, please let me know and I'll be glad to add them for future
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Ipython mode on XEmacs/XP not working
Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2004 09:34:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: John Smith <jjs9804 at yahoo.com>
To: Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu
> I am trying to use ipython mode under Xemacs/WinXP,
> but I am having some difficulty.
> - My Observations:
> - On XP, Ipython does not distribute an
> - So searching for executable 'ipython' fails.
> - What I did (Still does not work)
> Here is what I did (as of April 8, 2004)
> on Windows XP.
> - down load & install latest python from ActiveState
> (active python 2.3)
> - Down load & install latest Ipython (0.5.0)
> - Down load & install latest XEmacs (Version 21.4;
> April 2001, latest from XEmacs site)
> - down load & byte compile python-mode.el &
> - move them into appropriate load path
> - (require 'ipython)
> - IPython executable is not distrbuted with 0.5.0 on
> XP, it rather a short cut as:
> - So I created a ipython.bat file with the above
> command, and put it in c:\Python23.
> - In XEmacs, when I start the interpreter from the
> menu, it just prints the command line, and nothing
> happens. I had hit control-q& control-q, then I see
> terminating process wiht in...
> - If don't load ipython, the vanilla python mode
> to be working fine.
> I like ipython-mode, is there anything that I can
> do to make it work under XP/Xemacs?
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