Currently it supports basic code execution and naive code completion. It's worth mentioning that multi-line input without trailing semicolons is supported in notebook, as supposed to most other Q IDE's.
More advanced features are to be done in the future.
Note: The code is only tested on Ubuntu 14.04.2 i386. For building the project in 64-bit machines for the free 32-bit of kdb+, -m32 flag is needed.
This is a modified version of
It requires ZeroMQ (2.2.0) and czmq.
Note: jaeheum upgraded his qzmq to version 3.0.1 recently.
qcrypt (Q interface for OpenSSL)Install
sudo make install_sw(instead of
make install) if you encounter errors like "POD document had syntax errors at /usr/bin/pod2man line 71."
Compile qcrypt for Q
gcc -DKXVER=3 -shared -fPIC qcrypt.c -o qcrypt.so -Wall -Wextra -I../kx/kdb+3.0/ -L../kx/kdb+3.0/l32 -L/usr/local/openssl/lib -I/usr/local/openssl/include -lssl -lcrypto -ldl
cp qcrypt.so $HOME/q/l32
cp qcrypt.q $HOME/q/
Install IPython 3.1
pip install ipython[all]
Create a folder called
~/.ipython/kernels, and copy
`mkdir -p ~/.ipython/kernels/q && cp ./kernel.json ~/.ipython/kernels/q`
`ipython console --kernel q -f connection.json` `ipython qtconsole --kernel q -f connection.json` `ipython notebook` (then choose language KDB+/Q)