[SciPy-user] PyQtShell

Ken Dere kpdere@verizon....
Sun Jan 18 10:17:41 CST 2009


Pierre Raybaut wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> I would like to share with you this little open-source project of mine,
> PyQtShell:
> http://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyQtShell/
> http://code.google.com/p/pyqtshell/
> 
> I've just started it a few days ago and I worked on it only a couple of
> hours at home this week and saturday morning... so do not expect a
> revolution here.
> But I thought that some of you might be interested in contributing or
> simply testing it.
> 
> Here is an extract from the Google Code website:
> 
> PyQtShell is intended to be an extension to PyQt4 (module PyQt4.QtShell)
> providing a console application (see screenshots below) based on
> independent widgets which interact with each other:
>     - QShell, a Python shell with useful options (like a '-os' switch
> for importing os and os.path as osp, a '-pylab' switch for importing
> matplotlib in interactive mode, ...) and advanced features like code
> completion (requires QScintilla, i.e. module PyQt4.Qsci)
>     - CurrentDirChanger: shows the current directory and allows to change
>     it
> Not implemented :
>     - GlobalsExplorer: shows globals() list with some properties for
> each global (e.g. value for int or float, min and max values for arrays,
> ...) and allows to open an appropriate GUI editor
>     - and other widgets: FileExplorer, CodeEditor, ...
> 
> Cheers,
> Pierre

Looks interesting.  Can you run ipython inside?
-- 
K. Dere



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