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pedersen commented Sep 24, 2012

This issue existed on SourceForge. The original can be viewed at https://sourceforge.net/p/turbogears2/tickets/110

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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-08-09 02:09:18.384000

Original Body: "paster shell development.ini" used to run iPython if it was installed. It no longer does so. This should be fixed.

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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-08-09 02:09:18.384000

Original Body: "paster shell development.ini" used to run iPython if it was installed. It no longer does so. This should be fixed.

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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-08-19 03:48:17.740000

Original Body: - milestone: Undetermined --> 2.1.3

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pedersen commented Sep 24, 2012

Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-08-19 03:48:17.740000

Original Body: - milestone: Undetermined --> 2.1.3

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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-09-22 03:05:35.243000

Original Body: - milestone: 2.1.3 --> 2.1.4

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pedersen commented Sep 24, 2012

Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-09-22 03:05:35.243000

Original Body: - milestone: 2.1.3 --> 2.1.4

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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-09-30 02:22:24.855000

Original Body: Okay, the root of the problem has been found. Pylons 1.0 is, basically, incompatible with iPython 0.11.

There is an open pull request to get Pylons compatible (see Pylons/pylons#7 for details).

Our options become these:

  1. Bounce this ticket. We can't force Pylons to release with that pull.
  2. Produce a custom version of Pylons with that pull.
  3. Start begging Ben Bangert for a new release of Pylons with that pull.
  4. Make a "tgshell" paster command, and fix it that way.

Thoughts anyone? What would you like to see?

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pedersen commented Sep 24, 2012

Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-09-30 02:22:24.855000

Original Body: Okay, the root of the problem has been found. Pylons 1.0 is, basically, incompatible with iPython 0.11.

There is an open pull request to get Pylons compatible (see Pylons/pylons#7 for details).

Our options become these:

  1. Bounce this ticket. We can't force Pylons to release with that pull.
  2. Produce a custom version of Pylons with that pull.
  3. Start begging Ben Bangert for a new release of Pylons with that pull.
  4. Make a "tgshell" paster command, and fix it that way.

Thoughts anyone? What would you like to see?

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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-09-30 02:27:48.603000

Original Body: - status: open --> pending

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pedersen commented Sep 24, 2012

Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-09-30 02:27:48.603000

Original Body: - status: open --> pending

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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-11-25 22:23:10.087000

Original Body: Okay, the pull request was satisfied, but no new release of Pylons was done. Will use the "make a custom package" tactic, since the source code is all there, and we're not having to do anything to it other than package it.

  • status: pending --> open
  • version: 2.1.1 --> 2.1.3
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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-11-25 22:23:10.087000

Original Body: Okay, the pull request was satisfied, but no new release of Pylons was done. Will use the "make a custom package" tactic, since the source code is all there, and we're not having to do anything to it other than package it.

  • status: pending --> open
  • version: 2.1.1 --> 2.1.3
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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-12-11 18:12:53.065000

Original Body: For even more fun, Pylons now requires WebOb 1.1.1, which we can't go to until we drop Python 2.4. As such, this particular feature must be pushed off until we reach 2.2. Bumping the milestone for this ticket to then.

  • milestone: 2.1.4 --> 2.2.0
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pedersen commented Sep 24, 2012

Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2011-12-11 18:12:53.065000

Original Body: For even more fun, Pylons now requires WebOb 1.1.1, which we can't go to until we drop Python 2.4. As such, this particular feature must be pushed off until we reach 2.2. Bumping the milestone for this ticket to then.

  • milestone: 2.1.4 --> 2.2.0
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Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2012-08-24 01:47:44.179000

Original Body: - version: 2.1.3 --> 2.1.5

  • milestone: 2.2.0 --> 2.3.0
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pedersen commented Sep 24, 2012

Original Author: pedersen, Original Timestamp: 2012-08-24 01:47:44.179000

Original Body: - version: 2.1.3 --> 2.1.5

  • milestone: 2.2.0 --> 2.3.0
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easy_install ipython==0.10.2 will get you the last version of IPython that works.

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moschlar commented Jan 26, 2013

easy_install ipython==0.10.2 will get you the last version of IPython that works.

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luanfonceca Feb 18, 2014

What did you guys think about the BPython?
I am using it with Django for a good time and is a required tool for any of my dev projects...

What did you guys think about the BPython?
I am using it with Django for a good time and is a required tool for any of my dev projects...

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