[IPython-dev] embedding ipython
Wed Jan 18 19:45:03 CST 2012
MinRK <benjaminrk <at> gmail.com> writes:
> On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 22:09, Fernando Perez <fperez.net <at> gmail.com>
> A starting point would be to look at Robert's
> now, ideally we'd do this correctly, by refactoring the Qt console
> code so that it can use a KernelManager that could be either local or
> remote, and having a local manager for the in-process cases. With
> this done, the terminal (or 'plain' ipython) and console (the new
> terminal-based two-process one) clients could also then be cleaned up
> to use the exact same architecture.
> I should note that the QtConsole (and any derivative of of ShellApp) has a
kernel_manager_class, and subclasses can simply change this value to use
different KernelManagers. So as it stands currently, you should be able to do:
> class MyKernelManager:
> # do whatever special things you need to do
> class MyQtApp(QtConsoleApp):
> kernel_manager_class = MyKernelManager
> And you should be done.
> Unfortunately, code used to launch tabs other than the first was *not* updated
to use this, and has QtKernelManager hardcoded instead of using the attribute.
I've opened the trivial PR required to fix this.
> That is the right way to do this and not too much work, but not a tiny
> amount of work either. I don't know if right now you have the
> bandwidth to try to do it. If you do, I'd be happy to give you a hand
> though, so let me know.
> Doing that refactoring is a really important step in finishing up the
> architectural clenaup we started with Brian's summer'09 work, so it
> would be awesome to tackle it.
Is there any way to "preset" fonts and set pylab back-end using this embedded
I managed to embed IPythonWidget but
a) pylab initializes to Tk (and I need pylab.show() for pop-up)
b) the font is tiny (I can always use Ctrl-+) but that's annoying
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