[IPython-user] IPython in XEmacs now working on Windows
Tue Feb 6 11:56:09 CST 2007
Nicolas Pernetty <email@example.com> writes:
> On Fri, 02 Feb 2007 15:22:23 +0000, Pete Forman
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote :
>> These emacs variables set using customize
>> ("-pylab" "-colors" "LightBG")
>> "d:/Program Files/Python25/Scripts/ipython.bat"
> I don't have to customize this particular variable : if you put
> your directory in your PATH environment var,
> ipytohn.el/python-mode.el will find your ipython by themselves !
I don't like having too many entries in PATH. ipython is the only
script that I use from that directory.
>> After starting XEmacs, enter this in *scratch*
>> (require `ipython)
>> There are a few niggles.
>> 1) I failed putting (require `ipython) in ~/.xemacs/init.el (formerly
>> ~/.emacs). There was an error about py-shell-map being undefined.
>> Perhaps using an autoload might make things smoother.
> I don't have this problem, and neither have my co-workers.
> Can you try with a vanilla init.el ?
I tried starting xemacs -q which bypasses init.el. Entering (require
`ipython) in *scratch* now gives the error about py-shell-map. If
however I enter (setq ipython-command ...) first then all is well.
My guess is that you are doing a setq or similar before (require
`ipython) which is causing some py- stuff to load. In my case I
suspect that customize is provoking the load, so ipython fails in
init.el as that is too early. By the time I get to the *scratch*
buffer customize has done its thing.
I've now removed ipython-command from custom and moved it into
init.el. The relevant part of that is now two lines. Startup is now
(setq ipython-command "d:/Program Files/Python25/Scripts/ipython.bat")
> Thanks a lot for your help,
Thank you. XEmacs + IPython + pylab is a formidable combination.
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