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#!/usr/bin/env python
"""An example of how to embed an IPython shell into a running program.
Please see the documentation in the IPython.Shell module for more details.
The accompanying file embed_class_short.py has quick code fragments for
embedding which you can cut and paste in your code once you understand how
things work.
The code in this file is deliberately extra-verbose, meant for learning."""
# The basics to get you going:
# IPython injects get_ipython into builtins, so you can know if you have nested
# copies running.
# Try running this code both at the command line and from inside IPython (with
# %run example-embed.py)
from IPython.terminal.prompts import Prompts, Token
class CustomPrompt(Prompts):
def in_prompt_tokens(self, cli=None):
return [
(Token.Prompt, 'In <'),
(Token.PromptNum, str(self.shell.execution_count)),
(Token.Prompt, '>: '),
]
def out_prompt_tokens(self):
return [
(Token.OutPrompt, 'Out<'),
(Token.OutPromptNum, str(self.shell.execution_count)),
(Token.OutPrompt, '>: '),
]
from traitlets.config.loader import Config
try:
get_ipython
except NameError:
nested = 0
cfg = Config()
cfg.TerminalInteractiveShell.prompts_class=CustomPrompt
else:
print("Running nested copies of IPython.")
print("The prompts for the nested copy have been modified")
cfg = Config()
nested = 1
# First import the embeddable shell class
from IPython.terminal.embed import InteractiveShellEmbed
# Now create an instance of the embeddable shell. The first argument is a
# string with options exactly as you would type them if you were starting
# IPython at the system command line. Any parameters you want to define for
# configuration can thus be specified here.
ipshell = InteractiveShellEmbed(config=cfg,
banner1 = 'Dropping into IPython',
exit_msg = 'Leaving Interpreter, back to program.')
# Make a second instance, you can have as many as you want.
ipshell2 = InteractiveShellEmbed(config=cfg,
banner1 = 'Second IPython instance.')
print('\nHello. This is printed from the main controller program.\n')
# You can then call ipshell() anywhere you need it (with an optional
# message):
ipshell('***Called from top level. '
'Hit Ctrl-D to exit interpreter and continue program.\n'
'Note that if you use %kill_embedded, you can fully deactivate\n'
'This embedded instance so it will never turn on again')
print('\nBack in caller program, moving along...\n')
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# More details:
# InteractiveShellEmbed instances don't print the standard system banner and
# messages. The IPython banner (which actually may contain initialization
# messages) is available as get_ipython().banner in case you want it.
# InteractiveShellEmbed instances print the following information everytime they
# start:
# - A global startup banner.
# - A call-specific header string, which you can use to indicate where in the
# execution flow the shell is starting.
# They also print an exit message every time they exit.
# Both the startup banner and the exit message default to None, and can be set
# either at the instance constructor or at any other time with the
# by setting the banner and exit_msg attributes.
# The shell instance can be also put in 'dummy' mode globally or on a per-call
# basis. This gives you fine control for debugging without having to change
# code all over the place.
# The code below illustrates all this.
# This is how the global banner and exit_msg can be reset at any point
ipshell.banner2 = 'Entering interpreter - New Banner'
ipshell.exit_msg = 'Leaving interpreter - New exit_msg'
def foo(m):
s = 'spam'
ipshell('***In foo(). Try %whos, or print s or m:')
print('foo says m = ',m)
def bar(n):
s = 'eggs'
ipshell('***In bar(). Try %whos, or print s or n:')
print('bar says n = ',n)
# Some calls to the above functions which will trigger IPython:
print('Main program calling foo("eggs")\n')
foo('eggs')
# The shell can be put in 'dummy' mode where calls to it silently return. This
# allows you, for example, to globally turn off debugging for a program with a
# single call.
ipshell.dummy_mode = True
print('\nTrying to call IPython which is now "dummy":')
ipshell()
print('Nothing happened...')
# The global 'dummy' mode can still be overridden for a single call
print('\nOverriding dummy mode manually:')
ipshell(dummy=False)
# Reactivate the IPython shell
ipshell.dummy_mode = False
print('You can even have multiple embedded instances:')
ipshell2()
print('\nMain program calling bar("spam")\n')
bar('spam')
print('Main program finished. Bye!')