[SciPy-user] python/scipy as matlab, using ipython

Johannes Loehnert a.u.r.e.l.i.a.n at gmx.net
Fri Sep 15 04:21:38 CDT 2006

On Friday 15 September 2006 09:33, Lars Friedrich wrote:
> Hello scipy users,
> for a short time now, I am using python, numpy and scipy as a
> replacement for matlab. My setup at the moment is the "scite"-editor and
> the "ipython"-shell. I am happy using the "run -i" command to access the
> current workspace with my scripts written with scite.
> There is one feature that I know from matlab that I miss a little. Maybe
> its not crucial but it would be nice to have:
> When I made a change to my script in scite, I have to
> *save it
> *change scope to ipython
> *recall the "run -i myScript.py" command
> *press <enter>
> In matlab it is possible to hit <F5> to get the same effect. How can I
> achieve this with scite/ipython? I think, I need a way to tell ipython
> "from extern" to execute the "run"-command. I would put this to my
> scite-config-file to connect it with, say, the <F5> button and would be
> fine. Is this possible?
> Thanks for every comment

If you use KDE, maybe KHotKeys (under KControl -> Region and Accessibility) 
will be of use. It is quite powerful and can simulate arbitrary keyboard 
input. However I do not know if it is possible to activate a particular 
window using keyboard.


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