[IPython-user] Problem with import_some in profiles ?
David Cournapeau
david at ar.media.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Mon Dec 11 23:05:55 CST 2006
David Cournapeau wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> I am trying to create a profile for signal processing with ipython:
> I copied the ipythonrc-physics, and it looks like:
>
> # First load basic user configuration
> include ipythonrc
>
> # import ...
> # Module with alternate input syntax for PhysicalQuantity objects.
> #import_mod IPython.Extensions.PhysicalQInput
> import_mod
> numpy
>
> import_mod
> scipy
>
>
>
> # from ... import
> *
> #import_all math IPython.Extensions.PhysicalQInteractive
>
>
> # from ... import
> ...
> import_some pyaudio wavread
>
>
> When I start ipython -p sig, numpy and scipy are available as
> expected, but not wavread (note that doing from pyaudio import wavread
> DOES work). I don't have any error; in fact, if I pass a bogus name, I
> don't have errors either:
>
> import_some pyyyyyyyyaudio wavread
>
> Whereas for a bogus package in import_mod, I do get an error.
>
> I don't know if this is relevant information, but I don't run
> ipython directly: I run lipython, which is a shell alias for ipython
> with a PYTHONPATH pointing to some locally compiled package, including
> the above numpy/scipy/pyaudio (I don't have root access to my workstation),
>
> cheers,
>
> David
>
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>
I put an explanation of the problem and attached a temporary fix for
this problem in the ticket #107.
David
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