Small typo in the math. I'm not going to merge this yet, because I'm not sure about the new IPython signature and whether it will change when each user makes a commit. Do others see a signature update when they just open and save the notebook?
Note also that IPython doesn't support Python 2.6 anymore. I don't know if that means these notebooks can't be run on 2.6 anymore either.
I updated all notebooks to work in Python3 using IPython 2, and they all still work in Python 2.6 using IPython 1.1.0. Obviously if they incorporate IPython 2 features, then you these will not work in Python 2.6 + IPython < 2.
So the new metadata fields are just ignored in IPython < 2?
Yes. When the JSON is deserialized I'm sure it is just a key that no code looks for.
The best solution would be to not store the signature on githib
I don't know how to save the notebook without a signature. IIUC, you can't.
It's a unique key between user (users?) and notebook. That's why I'm
wondering if it changes from machine to machine. I'm not planning to remove
them by hand every time I make a small edit in a notebook. Maybe a git
post-commit hook scrub is possible.
I’m pretty sure it changes per installation.
Removing it would require a simple cleaner script.
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DOC: Fix math.