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"""Release data for the IPython project."""
# Copyright (c) 2008, IPython Development Team.
# Copyright (c) 2001, Fernando Perez <fernando.perez@colorado.edu>
# Copyright (c) 2001, Janko Hauser <jhauser@zscout.de>
# Copyright (c) 2001, Nathaniel Gray <n8gray@caltech.edu>
# Distributed under the terms of the Modified BSD License.
# The full license is in the file COPYING.txt, distributed with this software.
# Name of the package for release purposes. This is the name which labels
# the tarballs and RPMs made by distutils, so it's best to lowercase it.
name = 'ipython'
# IPython version information. An empty _version_extra corresponds to a full
# release. 'dev' as a _version_extra string means this is a development
# version
_version_major = 6
_version_minor = 0
_version_patch = 0
_version_extra = '.dev'
# _version_extra = 'rc1'
# _version_extra = '' # Uncomment this for full releases
# release.codename is deprecated in 2.0, will be removed in 3.0
codename = ''
# Construct full version string from these.
_ver = [_version_major, _version_minor, _version_patch]
__version__ = '.'.join(map(str, _ver))
if _version_extra:
__version__ = __version__ + _version_extra
version = __version__ # backwards compatibility name
version_info = (_version_major, _version_minor, _version_patch, _version_extra)
# Change this when incrementing the kernel protocol version
kernel_protocol_version_info = (5, 0)
kernel_protocol_version = "%i.%i" % kernel_protocol_version_info
description = "IPython: Productive Interactive Computing"
long_description = \
IPython provides a rich toolkit to help you make the most out of using Python
interactively. Its main components are:
* A powerful interactive Python shell
* A `Jupyter <http://jupyter.org/>`_ kernel to work with Python code in Jupyter
notebooks and other interactive frontends.
The enhanced interactive Python shells have the following main features:
* Comprehensive object introspection.
* Input history, persistent across sessions.
* Caching of output results during a session with automatically generated
* Extensible tab completion, with support by default for completion of python
variables and keywords, filenames and function keywords.
* Extensible system of 'magic' commands for controlling the environment and
performing many tasks related either to IPython or the operating system.
* A rich configuration system with easy switching between different setups
(simpler than changing $PYTHONSTARTUP environment variables every time).
* Session logging and reloading.
* Extensible syntax processing for special purpose situations.
* Access to the system shell with user-extensible alias system.
* Easily embeddable in other Python programs and GUIs.
* Integrated access to the pdb debugger and the Python profiler.
The latest development version is always available from IPython's `GitHub
site <http://github.com/ipython>`_.
license = 'BSD'
authors = {'Fernando' : ('Fernando Perez','fperez.net@gmail.com'),
'Janko' : ('Janko Hauser','jhauser@zscout.de'),
'Nathan' : ('Nathaniel Gray','n8gray@caltech.edu'),
'Ville' : ('Ville Vainio','vivainio@gmail.com'),
'Brian' : ('Brian E Granger', 'ellisonbg@gmail.com'),
'Min' : ('Min Ragan-Kelley', 'benjaminrk@gmail.com'),
'Thomas' : ('Thomas A. Kluyver', 'takowl@gmail.com'),
'Jorgen' : ('Jorgen Stenarson', 'jorgen.stenarson@bostream.nu'),
'Matthias' : ('Matthias Bussonnier', 'bussonniermatthias@gmail.com'),
author = 'The IPython Development Team'
author_email = 'ipython-dev@scipy.org'
url = 'http://ipython.org'
platforms = ['Linux','Mac OSX','Windows']
keywords = ['Interactive','Interpreter','Shell', 'Embedding']
classifiers = [
'Framework :: IPython',
'Intended Audience :: Developers',
'Intended Audience :: Science/Research',
'License :: OSI Approved :: BSD License',
'Programming Language :: Python',
'Programming Language :: Python :: 3',
'Topic :: System :: Shells'