[IPython-user] Vim - IPython integration
Fri Aug 14 16:40:10 CDT 2009
There is an additional solution to the integration issue at Integrating VIM
with IPython | Homepage of Michael
However for some reason I couldn't make it work either. Things tend not to
work lately as they are expected to do :)
The code you mentioned is bit higher than my level. However, I would like to
discuss further if we have extra time in the conference.
On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 12:41 PM, Gael Varoquaux <
> On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 11:01:00AM -0500, Gökhan Sever wrote:
> > Recently I have switched to Vim/Gvim as a general text editor and for
> > Python coding needs.
> > Following a few information source:
> > This I couldn't make it working properly
> > 
> > IPython.hooks.fix_error_editor
> > and the cookbook entry seems to be updated:
> > 
> I read this thread, and was first enthousiastic at the idea of having
> vim-ipython integration (or any editor/ipython integration). The solution
> didn't work for me, because, as I use vim and not gvim, vim is created
> independantly from ipython, and thus environment variables are not
> It might be interesting to improve the existing code with the code that
> Evan Patterson and I created last year for 'remote editor' in the
> Envisage application (that actually plugs in IPython):
> In particular the code in the following folder may be useful:
> We use a lock file to store the socket of the IPython instance to send
> commands to. The code works on Windows and Unix. It should probably
> improved: it was a first go.
> Remote editor functionnality implement robustly in IPython would be very
> useful, so if anybody wants to have a go at it, please do. Unfortunately,
> I cannot spend more time on it.
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