[IPython-user] ipython.el extensions
carlosjosepita at yahoo.com.ar
Wed Aug 17 18:39:30 CDT 2005
Hi! Sorry for the delay. I'm really busy and near to an important
release here at work. I've been trying to make ipython.el work under
fsf-emacs/win32. After patching a little Console.py as
it seems to work fine. The ipython command string passed
to comint (through python-mode) is wrong too, as ipython can't be
directly executed by windows. That requires a trivial fix: simply passing
ipython as a command line arg to python will do it. Also
ansi color output should be avoided. The guy from the
post above solved it by filtering escape sequences. But it's
easier to pass '-colors NoColor' to ipython command
All in all, it's working now, so I can play a little with it
at office. I guess I could send you something decent
(including win32 fixes) by the weekend.
> Alexander Schmolck wrote:
>> Carlos Pita <carlosjosepita at yahoo.com.ar> writes:
>> Hi Carlos,
>> great -- this stuff sounds like it could be a valuable addition to
>> -- I probably won't have time the next couple of days, but I'm
>> interested to have a look at your code, once you're happy with it,
>> with an eye
>> for incorporation (provided you like to see your stuff in the official
>> ipython.el; in which case it will also need to work with xemacs, but
>> I don't
>> think that should be too hard, with a bit of luck it might work as it
>> is now).
>>> Hi all!
>>> I've written a couple of functions enhancing the
>>> ipython emacs mode. One of them provide autocompletion
> Carlos, by all means either post it (gzipped) to the list if it's
> small (~10kb), or send it my way off-list and I'll put it up on the
> ipython site as a temporary download. Once Alex, you and others
> polish it up and tell me you think it's ready, I'll include it in the
> official download.
> Thanks for the contribution!
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