[IPython-user] Food for thought on python and interactive work
Tue Jun 3 03:18:57 CDT 2008
well, can you actually add a description or a pointer, now that you
opened the Pandora's box in front of all "those that are not aware"
Ville M. Vainio wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 10:29 AM, Fernando Perez <email@example.com> wrote:
>> A rant but it does raise some interesting points, some of which I
>> agree with (reloading in python sucks). I know Enthought has some
>> tools to ease code reloading that they've been planning to release (or
>> perhaps already have, I've lost track). Going forward, if we're going
>> to make ipython the best possible set of tools for using python
>> interactively, I'd like to revisit this problem head-on. dreload()
>> kinda works, but at some point we should look for a more robust
> Just to chip in here, some people may not be aware of the new
> ipy_autoreload extension...
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