[IPython-dev] Announcing shrubbery
Sun Aug 21 08:29:55 CDT 2011
Yep, I'm including Matplotlib. I'm using the matplotlib-py3 branch from here:
with some changes of my own which I should send upstream, in my own branch
My changes fix some undefined symbols in the macosx backend, a few
string encoding things.
In shrubbery the qtconsole works out of the box, but it has quite a
few problems with Python3. Looking at the ipython changelog it sounds
like this will be in the pyzmq having trouble with string encoding.
Should be easy enough to fix, I'll have a look. I must say the
qtconsole is pretty swish.
Installed it's currently over 400MB, I'll be able to cut this
significantly but am focussing my time on other things at the moment
To reproduce the problems I'm seeing provoke a traceback:
def blah(): 1/0
Or try to do an inline plot in the 'ipython3 qtconsole pylab=inline' mode.
On 21 August 2011 19:58, Thomas Kluyver <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thanks, Grahame. I notice you're including Matplotlib. Is that now out with
> Python 3 support? I know they were working on it, but I haven't heard
> anything about it recently.
> Best wishes,
> On 21 August 2011 10:18, Grahame Bowland <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Hi everyone
>> I've spent the last few days coming up with a Python 3 distribution of
>> iPython and friends for Mac OS X. It now works (mostly), and I thought
>> I'd share it.
>> The home page is here:
>> and I've put an experimental installer image here:
>> For a long time I've maintained my Python setup by hand, installing
>> packages into /usr/local and eventually having a huge mess. Hence this
>> project - a distribution of software for Mac OS to make it easier for
>> people to get started with iPython.
>> I've targeted Python 3 in the hope it'll encourage the porting of more
>> software to the new version of the language.
>> There's not too much Mac OS specific about this, except that on Linux
>> you'd probably want to get packages from your distribution. If anyone
>> wants to make it work on other platforms that'd be great.
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