[IPython-dev] WxIpython Linux hell :) was RE: wxIPython 0.6 (Multithreaded and current bug list flushed)
Wed Dec 12 17:43:04 CST 2007
I've just installed all the things on my debian.
First of all, ouch!
What a difference! On linux it is unusable!
As you said text is black (solved now), there is an issue with locale:
Can you try locale.getpreferredencoding() and tells if you've got a result?
(here on my debian the current command works.. :( )
There is a lot focus loosing problem, and backspace make loose the focus anf
widget go on the top line!!!
And ho yes... stdin/out is redirected to console...
Most of problem I has solved on windows have not been solved on linux...
Will work on it.
Excuse me to have delivered a so poor linux version...
More news for next week ;)
De : Prabhu Ramachandran [mailto:email@example.com]
Envoyé : mercredi 12 décembre 2007 13:50
À : Laurent Dufrechou; IPythonfirstname.lastname@example.org
Objet : Re: [IPython-dev] wxIPython 0.6 (Multithreaded and current bug list
Laurent Dufrechou wrote:
> Hi Prabhu,
>> When I run wxIPython.py, I run into the following.
>> 1. I can't see what I type, altho you have the FG set to WHITE it
>> renders it black. So unless I change the BG (in ipython_view.py) to
>> something else that is light I can't see the cursor or any test I type.
> Hum seems to be a GTK problem with wx. It is probably handled differently.
> I'll launch my debian machine to check this.
> So foreground is not well set...
> Can you (while in black) do an error like "a"+enter at startup and tells
> if traceback appears in color?
Yes, the traceback is in color and seems to render OK.
If I change the bg to white and fg to black things are better. BTW, I
can see output text just fine, just the input line is broken.
> Ouch, it's a locale problem. In fact in some point of the code I try to
> detect the local used on the system, and in your case, it has not been
> detected, and set to None.
> Locale is set line 108:
> #we replace IPython default encoding by wx locale encoding
> self._IP.stdin_encoding = locale.getdefaultlocale()
> Anyway, if you want to continue to try the app, just comment this line.
Ahh, cool, this fixes it and I can use Python. However, I just did this:
and get a core dump! Otherwise if I do this:
I get the help on the terminal and not on the wx shell. If I do !ls for
example the output is listed on the shell I launched the wxIPython shell
from. If I hit tab, I get completion (on the wx widget) but I also
loose keyboard focus.
These sound like small linux specific issues.
> Can you please send me the result of:
> Import locale
> print locale.getdefaultlocale()?
In : import locale
In : print locale.getdefaultlocale()
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