[IPython-user] how to use ipython in xemacs on winxp

wang frank fw3@hotmail.co...
Sun Nov 25 01:18:25 CST 2007

Hi, Pete,
After changing my ipython.bat the same as yours:
C:\Python25\python.exe -i c:\python25\scripts\ipython %
I can get the ipython works almost. The problem is the output of some command does not display. For example, the ls command works fine. However, if I do:
In[18}: import os
In[19]: dir(os)
You see that the output of dir(os) does not show up. How could I fix this problem or debug it?
> To: ipython-user@scipy.net> From: pete.forman@westerngeco.com> Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2007 17:26:52 +0000> Subject: Re: [IPython-user] how to use ipython in xemacs on winxp> > wang frank <fw3@hotmail.co.jp> writes:> > > the ipython.bat contains:> > c:\python25\python c:\python25\scripts\ipython.py> > My ipython.bat has an extra -i option for python, and accepts args for> ipython. It's on one line, split for posting:> > "d:\Program Files\Python25\python.exe" -i> "d:\Program Files\Python25\Scripts\ipython" %*> > The ipython file referenced there was installed by IPython I think.> Its two lines of code are:> > import IPython> IPython.Shell.start().mainloop()> > > IPython need to be started early, starting it from within an already> active Python shell does not work.> > > Where did you get the python-mode.el version 4.79? I can only find> > the verion 4.75.> > I've already answered this, SF SVN. IIRC you need an up to date> python-mode.el for ipython.el to work.> -- > Pete Forman -./\.- Disclaimer: This post is originated> WesternGeco -./\.- by myself and does not represent> pete.forman@westerngeco.com -./\.- the opinion of Schlumberger or> http://petef.port5.com -./\.- WesternGeco.> > _______________________________________________> IPython-user mailing list> IPython-user@scipy.org> http://lists.ipython.scipy.org/mailman/listinfo/ipython-user
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