[IPython-dev] using ipkernel to provide access to an application's internals
Sun Jul 15 08:58:39 CDT 2012
Hi Dev Team,
First i want to say great job on .13 release!
I looked into pull 1640 and i feel i can almost get there, but I am still
missing some parts.
So I set up an application that runs code vial eval/exec calls on a
dictionary of variables, so I can conceivably see how I can add in an
Ipython embed kernel step in between and send commands to it instead, my
initial thought was to have a GUI built on top of this application to
replicate a console, but I realized it would probably better if I could
just use existing Ipython consoles and just connect to it.
It wasn't very obvious to me from the examples how to connect to an
embed_kernel from another machine, or process. Can someone point me to the
I.e. say my application is a GUI, and there is a simple text box to type in
commands, and I pipe it into an embeded kernel, how do I connect other
regular ipython consoles, or qtconsoles to it to check its state?
Thanks in advance for your help,
On Monday, April 23, 2012, Ivan Zhang wrote:
> Wow, cool, had no idea this was work in progress, will look into it,
> looking forward to it.
> Hi Ivan,
> > Say I have a typical p...
> This capability is almost ready to be merged:
> should be done in a day or two.
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