[IPython-dev] GSoC applicants: patch and blog required
Wed Apr 14 21:01:30 CDT 2010
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On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 6:08 PM, Gerardo Gutierrez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Fernando.
> When I type make pdf in the trunk working copy (without any changes, and
> obviously the trunk installed) i get this:
> reading sources... [ 2%] api/generated/IPython.ColorANSI
> Exception occurred:
> line 107, in _import_class_or_module
> "Could not import class or module '%s' specified for inheritance
> diagram" % name)
> ValueError: Could not import class or module 'IPython.ColorANSI' specified
> for inheritance diagram
Mmh, this can *not* be coming from trunk: the module IPython.ColorANSI
was from the 0.10 series, while in trunk the generated file should be:
It looks like you have an ipython 0.10 being pulled in somewhere...
> I Have the documentation ready and some code that need to be cleaned to
> commit and also, I think I don't know how to merge because when I try i get
> muzgash@he1:~/MyProjects$ ls
> ipython qt-frontend qt-frontend-bk
> muzgash@he1:~/MyProjects$ cd qt-frontend
> muzgash@he1:~/MyProjects/qt-frontend$ bzr merge ../ipython/
> Doing on-the-fly conversion from RepositoryFormat2a() to
> This may take some time. Upgrade the repositories to the same format for
> better performance.
> bzr: ERROR:
> is not compatible with
> different rich-root support
> muzgash@he1:~/MyProjects/qt-frontend$ bzr merge ../ipython/ --force
> All changes applied successfully.
> But with the last command there's no changes at all, the same error I got
> yesterday is there.
> I just need to fix those things, and begin writing the pyzmq module.
Aha, the fun I was dealing with last night. Sorry to hear that... I
would suggest you start with a clean repo:
bzr init-repo --2a repo
bzr branch lp:ipython
bzr branch lp:~ipython-contrib/ipython/qt-frontend
bzr merge ../ipython
This should give you a fully merged version of the qt-frontend branch
up to date with trunk, which you can commit and push back.
You can then apply your changes to the qt-frontend branch and push
again your new changes.
Similarly for the zmq stuff, except Omar needs to create the branch,
since that one doesn't exist yet.
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