[IPython-user] Qt gui now usable (sort of) :-)
Thu Dec 4 21:58:18 CST 2008
This looks great. I haven't had a chance to play with it, but I
definitely am looking forward to a block based IPython. A few
1) How did you get the GUI talking to an IPython instance? Did you
use any of the frontend stuff that Gael and Barry have worked on?
2) How do you handle stdout/stderr?
3) Are you still using the line based IPython prefilter, or do you
have an actual block based prefilter now?
On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 11:28 AM, Ville M. Vainio <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> You can now actually use the qt ui. It's at "technology demo" right
> now, but basic stuff like tab completion now works. The colors suck
> (typical ipython + white background issue), KeyboardInterrupt doesn't
> work (apart from doing it in the console window) and it probably has
> lots of other problems, but nothing that hasn't been solved in other
> gui's already, so it probably won't take forever to polish it.
> Input happens in separate scintilla widget, so it requires a bit of a
> mindset switch, but nothing too drastic. The big win is simplicity of
> multiline editing, and general "statelessness" (autoindent etc).
> You can test it out by doing:
> bzr branch lp:~villemvainio/ipython/ipython-qt-ui
> and running qtipy.py.
> Ville M. Vainio
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