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Jan 2015
elitalobo
@elitalobo
Jan 02 2015 03:14
hi @Carreau . Happy new year to you too. Will definitely look into the bugs , thanks.
@Carreau , is there any feature or any sort of enhancement that you are planning to add to ipython that perhaps I could take up?
Matthias Bussonnier
@Carreau
Jan 02 2015 09:26
@elitalobo Right now, we are polishing up 3.0 to make a release as soon as possible. (and personally, I'm preparing to move for a few month to the US)
Easy thing you can do, is go on github on issues tagged 3.0, some might already be fixed and just need to be closed (but this might be boring)
Are you more into Python, Javascript, or Html/css ?
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 09:58
where are you located @Carreau ?
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 10:31
is there a text editor extension to edit .py files?
Andreas Klostermann
@akloster
Jan 02 2015 10:41
I switched to vim two years ago and was never able to go back. I am toying around with the idea to implement some vim-like mode as a plugin for IPython notebeok
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 10:43
that'd be cool, yeah
this is for a remote server
Andreas Klostermann
@akloster
Jan 02 2015 10:46
For remote through ssh there is nano, pico and vim, for web there is codemirror
pycharm also has remote editing/debugging capabilities
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 10:55
I want it inside the NB
could just be a single cell that's the whole .py file
Andreas Klostermann
@akloster
Jan 02 2015 11:20
you mean so that you can write Python files from the notebook?
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 12:54
exactly
yeah, I'd really like to be able to open a .py file as a one-cell NB
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 15:28
there was a project that allowed to save NBs as markdown instead of json. anyone have a link?
Scott Sanderson
@ssanderson
Jan 02 2015 15:50
@twiecki the lastest master now includes a standalone text editor
With, among other things, support for emacs and vim modes
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 15:54
neat!
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 17:41
is there a text widget that doesn't display characters? for passwords?
Doug Blank
@dsblank
Jan 02 2015 17:48
@twiecki There is a PasswordWidget based on TextWidget (now Text) mentioned in the mailing list, maybe last Feb or March, I think... I have a version for a slightly different system....
Andreas Klostermann
@akloster
Jan 02 2015 17:50
@twiecki, you could copy this widget and adapt it to set the type attribute to 'password'
Doug Blank
@dsblank
Jan 02 2015 17:50
https://bitbucket.org/ipre/calico/src/master/Source/Calico/Widgets.cs#cl-885 ... the Javascript is what you are interested in.
Thomas Wiecki
@twiecki
Jan 02 2015 18:37
ah, getpass() is actually exactly what I was looking for
thanks though!