[IPython-user] Can you send a command to ipython without affecting the history?
Fri Jul 17 15:00:08 CDT 2009
I don't seem to have this magic command? Even grepping the most recent
source from launchpad does seem to turn up such a command. What am I
Alaric Moore wrote:
> Try %hide, but I don't believe that it entirely deletes history, but
> you could just not save anything... then there would be no reason for
> any command to be in the history, right?
> 2009/7/16 Gerard Brunick <email@example.com
> I was putting together an emacs wrapper for ipython, as I was having
> some issues with ipython.el. With respect to completion, I can
> certainly send a command to ipython and get the list of
> candidates, but
> this command gets saved in the history and the prompt count gets
> updated. Is there any way to avoid having the command and the output
> added to the history and the prompt number incremented? As best
> I can
> tell , CachedOutput is connected into sys.displayhook, so it seems
> difficult to work around this?
> I should also note that ipython.el has a comment like
> ... #PYTHON-MODE SILENT
> I was hoping this was a magic comment that made ipython ignore this
> command with respect to history, but that doesn't seem to be the case.
> I'm using ipython 0.9.1 on Ubuntu Hardy. Any suggestions would be
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> With all due respect,
> Alaric M.
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