[IPython-user] turning off the return to editor option
ryanlists at gmail.com
Sat Jan 28 08:32:38 CST 2006
Is there a hook for the function that calls fix_error_editor? Now
that this is working well, I would like to check if gvim has a server
names ipython, and to go to the error automatically if it does rather
than prompting me.
On 1/28/06, Ryan Krauss <ryanlists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, that did help. I had to do something similar to get vim to work
> well with xdvi for inverse search. This may be obvious to more
> experienced vim users, but here is what I did in case this helps
> anyone else:
> define my fix_editor_hook (saved in a file in my pythonpath called
> import os
> def fix_error_editor(self,filename,linenum,column,msg):
> cmd='gvim --servername ipython --remote +%d %s'% (linenum,filename,)
> call this code to set the hook:
> import ipythonhooks
> Start gvim with the server name ipython:
> gvim --servername ipython
> and then ipython and vim play nice together, ipython locates the file
> and line number in the already open gvim.
> I also set this in my .bashrc file to make starting vim easier:
> alias ipvim="gvim --servername ipython"
> Thanks for pointing me in the right direction Ville.
> On 1/28/06, Ville Vainio <vivainio at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 1/28/06, Ryan Krauss <ryanlists at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > to turn this feature off? I didn't see a flag in ipythonrc. I am a
> > > gvim user and unless there is a way to set ipython to call a specific
> > > vim server this feature doesn't do me much good and I am not yet in
> > > the habit of saying no to the prompt.
> > Would 'editor' and 'fix-error-editor' help you in calling a specific
> > vim server? See IPython/hooks.py for details.
> > --
> > Ville Vainio - http://tinyurl.com/2prnb
> > http://vainio.blogspot.com
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