[IPython-user] Connecting to an open IPython shell remotely.

Frédéric Mantegazza mantegazza@ill...
Wed Mar 7 02:16:06 CST 2007

Le mercredi 7 mars 2007 09:09, Frédéric Mantegazza a écrit :

> We also do some sort of with ipython 0.x. In a few words, we have a
> ipython instance running in a pyqonsole xterm-like shell (pyqonsole was
> developped by Logilab for our use; it a is port of konsole, the KDE
> xterm-like shell, for python, and only using Qt. It is released as
> CeCILL, the french GPL-like-and-compatible license, and is now in
> debian). We can send commands to ipython through the pyqonsole session
> shell. This is nice, because you can see the commands in ipython as if
> you have entered them with the keyboard, and they are also put in the
> history ;o)

Another simpler way is to use an embedded ipython shell, and then use 
shell.runlines(lines) to have code executed.

> The only thing you need to add, is the client/server mode. This can be
> easily done with Pyro.

This remain true.


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