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Fix comments in default rc file (@ -> %)
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1 # -*- Mode: Shell-Script -*- Not really, but shows comments correctly
1 # -*- Mode: Shell-Script -*- Not really, but shows comments correctly
2 # $Id: ipythonrc 998 2006-01-09 06:57:40Z fperez $
2 # $Id: ipythonrc 1155 2006-02-12 01:21:00Z fperez $
3
3
4 #***************************************************************************
4 #***************************************************************************
5 #
5 #
@@ -105,14 +105,14 autoedit_syntax 1
105 # The feature is potentially a bit dangerous, because it can cause problems
105 # The feature is potentially a bit dangerous, because it can cause problems
106 # with pasting of indented code (the pasted code gets re-indented on each
106 # with pasting of indented code (the pasted code gets re-indented on each
107 # line). But it's a huge time-saver when working interactively. The magic
107 # line). But it's a huge time-saver when working interactively. The magic
108 # function @autoindent allows you to toggle it on/off at runtime.
108 # function %autoindent allows you to toggle it on/off at runtime.
109
109
110 autoindent 1
110 autoindent 1
111
111
112 # Auto-magic. This gives you access to all the magic functions without having
112 # Auto-magic. This gives you access to all the magic functions without having
113 # to prepend them with an @ sign. If you define a variable with the same name
113 # to prepend them with an % sign. If you define a variable with the same name
114 # as a magic function (say who=1), you will need to access the magic function
114 # as a magic function (say who=1), you will need to access the magic function
115 # with @ (@who in this example). However, if later you delete your variable
115 # with % (%who in this example). However, if later you delete your variable
116 # (del who), you'll recover the automagic calling form.
116 # (del who), you'll recover the automagic calling form.
117
117
118 # Considering that many magic functions provide a lot of shell-like
118 # Considering that many magic functions provide a lot of shell-like
@@ -178,13 +178,13 colors Linux
178
178
179 # If your pager has problems, try to setting it to properly handle escapes
179 # If your pager has problems, try to setting it to properly handle escapes
180 # (see the less manpage for detail), or disable this option. The magic
180 # (see the less manpage for detail), or disable this option. The magic
181 # function @color_info allows you to toggle this interactively for testing.
181 # function %color_info allows you to toggle this interactively for testing.
182
182
183 color_info 1
183 color_info 1
184
184
185 # confirm_exit: set to 1 if you want IPython to confirm when you try to exit
185 # confirm_exit: set to 1 if you want IPython to confirm when you try to exit
186 # with an EOF (Control-d in Unix, Control-Z/Enter in Windows). Note that using
186 # with an EOF (Control-d in Unix, Control-Z/Enter in Windows). Note that using
187 # the magic functions @Exit or @Quit you can force a direct exit, bypassing
187 # the magic functions %Exit or %Quit you can force a direct exit, bypassing
188 # any confirmation.
188 # any confirmation.
189
189
190 confirm_exit 1
190 confirm_exit 1
@@ -194,7 +194,7 confirm_exit 1
194
194
195 deep_reload 0
195 deep_reload 0
196
196
197 # Which editor to use with the @edit command. If you leave this at 0, IPython
197 # Which editor to use with the %edit command. If you leave this at 0, IPython
198 # will honor your EDITOR environment variable. Since this editor is invoked on
198 # will honor your EDITOR environment variable. Since this editor is invoked on
199 # the fly by ipython and is meant for editing small code snippets, you may
199 # the fly by ipython and is meant for editing small code snippets, you may
200 # want to use a small, lightweight editor here.
200 # want to use a small, lightweight editor here.
@@ -525,7 +525,7 execute
525
525
526 # execute __IPYTHON__.magic_pf = __IPYTHON__.magic_profile
526 # execute __IPYTHON__.magic_pf = __IPYTHON__.magic_profile
527
527
528 # defines @pf as a new name for @profile.
528 # defines %pf as a new name for %profile.
529
529
530 #---------------------------------------------------------------------------
530 #---------------------------------------------------------------------------
531 # Section: Pyhton files to load and execute.
531 # Section: Pyhton files to load and execute.
@@ -566,12 +566,12 execfile
566 # Section: aliases for system shell commands
566 # Section: aliases for system shell commands
567
567
568 # Here you can define your own names for system commands. The syntax is
568 # Here you can define your own names for system commands. The syntax is
569 # similar to that of the builtin @alias function:
569 # similar to that of the builtin %alias function:
570
570
571 # alias alias_name command_string
571 # alias alias_name command_string
572
572
573 # The resulting aliases are auto-generated magic functions (hence usable as
573 # The resulting aliases are auto-generated magic functions (hence usable as
574 # @alias_name)
574 # %alias_name)
575
575
576 # For example:
576 # For example:
577
577
@@ -587,7 +587,7 execfile
587 # alias parts echo first %s second %s
587 # alias parts echo first %s second %s
588
588
589 # will give you in IPython:
589 # will give you in IPython:
590 # >>> @parts A B
590 # >>> %parts A B
591 # first A second B
591 # first A second B
592
592
593 # Use one 'alias' statement per alias you wish to define.
593 # Use one 'alias' statement per alias you wish to define.
@@ -1,5 +1,8
1 2006-02-11 Fernando Perez <Fernando.Perez@colorado.edu>
1 2006-02-11 Fernando Perez <Fernando.Perez@colorado.edu>
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3 * IPython/UserConfig/ipythonrc: Replace @ signs with % when
4 describing magics (we haven't used @ for a loong time).
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3 * IPython/ultraTB.py (VerboseTB.text.text_repr): Added patch
6 * IPython/ultraTB.py (VerboseTB.text.text_repr): Added patch
4 contributed by marienz to close
7 contributed by marienz to close
5 http://www.scipy.net/roundup/ipython/issue53.
8 http://www.scipy.net/roundup/ipython/issue53.
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