[IPython-User] ipython-qtconsole missing
Sat Aug 20 01:57:54 CDT 2011
OK, thanks for explanation and quick reply
I must have used `python setupegg.py install` on Debian, then
On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 8:38 AM, Min RK <email@example.com> wrote:
> The normal way to launch the qtconsole is as a subcommand with `ipython qtconsole`.
> ipython-qtconsole is just a GUI script (e.g. for launching without a terminal window), that is only really useful on Windows. GUI scripts are created by setuptools, so they will only exist when you install with setuptools, which means `python setupegg.py install`.
> On Aug 19, 2011, at 23:31, Klonuo Umom <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I installed IPython numerous time, and now I installed it on Ubuntu
>> 11.04. First I installed zmq and pyzmq 2.1.7 then IPython: `python
>> setup.py install`
>> Somehow ipython-qtconsole wrapper script wasn't created, and this is
>> not first time I experience this, so thought to ask what am I missing,
>> perhaps I forgotten something...
>> $ which ipython
>> $ ls /usr/local/bin/ip*
>> /usr/local/bin/ipcluster /usr/local/bin/ipengine /usr/local/bin/iptest
>> /usr/local/bin/ipcontroller /usr/local/bin/iplogger /usr/local/bin/ipython
>> Some time ago I installed same version on Debian, by same steps AFAIK,
>> and ipython-qtconsole launcher was there.
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