[IPython-dev] Merging nbconvert **now**

Damián Avila damianavila@gmail....
Sun Jun 30 14:39:05 CDT 2013

El 30/06/13 14:28, Brian Granger escribió:
> Hi,
> As everyone knows, we are thinking about releasing IPython 1.0 in the
> next few weeks - with nbconvert in the main codebase.  If we are going
> to do this, I think we should put nbconvert into IPython proper now -
> halt all work on nbconvert and just put it into IPython/nbconvert.
> There are a few reasons I say this:
> * There are decisions being made in nbconvert (such as the whether or
> not to include reveal.js as a submodule) that we should really be
> making in the context of IPython.
> * There will be a lot of integration work to be done (setup.py,
> testing, etc) that also should be done in the context of IPython
> * I want the discussions about nbconvert to start to happen in the
> context of IPython.
> * To this day, nbconvert can't be setup.py installed, which is
> preventing other projects such as dexy from moving forward with
> integration.
> Note, I am not even saying that we should create a PR to do this work
> and then *perfect* the PR before merging.  I think we should create a
> PR and merge it almost immediately - this is a case where the code
> drop is big enough and late enough that I would prefer to break master
> as soon as possible.
> What do others think?
> Cheers,
> Brian
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> Brian E. Granger
> Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
> bgranger@calpoly.edu and ellisonbg@gmail.com
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I think that it would be great to make the integration as soon as 
We a lot of things to discuss about you have pointed out.
As far as I know, Frederic was writing some tests, I would wait him to 
finish this before merging the code...
In the middle of the discussion about the dual mode editor ;-), I forgot 
to pointed out... but I was thinking in the same direction about nbconvert.



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