[IPython-user] ipapi rehaul
walter at livinglogic.de
Tue Jan 24 16:29:20 CST 2006
Ville Vainio wrote:
> On 1/24/06, Fernando Perez <Fernando.Perez at colorado.edu> wrote:
>> Ville is already aware of this, but just so you can make his work a little
>> easier, please use non-decorator syntax on all code that we can include in
> True. I'm removing the decorator syntax for now from ipapi.
> I'm also
> refactoring ipapi a little bit, I'm moving the thing into a class so a
> single api object always points to the same IPython shell instance.
> The usage is pretty much the same, apart from the first line; instead
> import IPython.ipapi as ip
> You write
> import IPython.ipapi
> ip = IPython.ipapi.get()
> There will be other ways to get the API object, but this is the simple
> config file/extension way. get() always gets the api object for most
> recently instantiated IPython shell, which is typically the one
> importing the extension (for now).
> It's not in the SVN yet, though.
I find it strange that there's supposed to be only *one* object you talk
to. Are all 40 modules in IPython useless for the user?
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