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I pulled down the most recent iPython git. Freshly installed setuptools, and the installer produced the following output after installing the read-line module:
SyntaxError: ('invalid syntax', ('c:\python27\lib\site-packages\ipython-0.12.dev-py2.7.egg\share\doc\ipython\examples\newparallel\multiengine1.py', 19, 1, '%load_ext parallelmagic\n'))
SyntaxError: ('invalid syntax', ('c:\python27\lib\site-packages\ipython-0.12.dev-py2.7.egg\share\doc\ipython\examples\newparallel\rmt\rmt.py', 77, 1, '%timeit -r1 -n1 serial_diffs(serial_nmats, serial_matsize)\n'))
Not at all sure what is going on, and I am very new to windows. Are the python magic functions not being caught here somehow? When invoking ipython at the command line, it seems to hang, and aborting with ^C crashes Cygwin!
Running 'python setup.py install' fixes the problem. Is this some sort of strange packaging edge case?
I'm guessing those files should have an .ipy extension, rather than .py. I don't know why the installer is trying to compile them, though.
Yup, we should fix it by changing those file extensions. Done now, pushed.
Rename to have .ipy extension examples that use ipython special syntax.