Nathan M | 22 Feb 13:27 2014
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non blocking widget that can issue commands to IPython

Spyder running python 2.7.x on windows 7.  I have a set of functions which move pylab.fgure() objects around the screen (I work with up to 70 figures, each with many subplots at the same time and have three monitors so its rather useful not to have to drag things around the screen, especially the ability to close the last x plots or put the last x plots on either the top/bottom row of one/all monitors) anyways, im new to Qt4 and have just got through some of the examples (can create a widget with a text box and button etc but thats about it).  Two aspects of functionality I cant see how to implement, 

1. Ability to issue commands to IPython i.e. I would like the widget to be able to call a function in the main IPython command prompt when a button is pressed.
2. Non blocking, by this I mean I would like to be able to issue my own IPython commands while the widget is active.

I guess 2 can be done with a thread but what should I look up (even better are there any examples I can look at), 1 is probably a specific command like getting a handle to the IPython window and passing a text string to the command prompt but again what do I look up and are there any basic examples?

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Kevin | 21 Feb 21:19 2014
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Copy-paste function in file explorer (Linux)?

Hello,

I am a Linux user and I really like spyder. One simple functionality that I wish it would incorporate: "copy" and "paste" options on the right-click context menu in the file explorer pane. I would like to quickly & easily make duplicates of scripts for when I need to try something crazy without losing my original code. This would also be very useful for posting questions to Stack Overflow, where it is important to "strip down" code to its smallest reproducible form when asking for help from others about bugs.

I know I can open a file in the editor and then do a save-as, but this requires more clicking. Also, I just submitted a bug report about Spyder having trouble opening non-Python file extensions. Unfortunately that bug actually prevents me from doing an open / save-as with non-Python files, and sometimes that would be very handy.

As it is, I need to keep an instance of both Gedit and Nemo running alongside Spyder so that I can perform quick file copying, viewing, etc. It would be great if I could do everything I needed within Spyder. :-)

In case it is relevant, here's the information on my system:

Spyder Version:  2.3.0beta3
Python Version:  2.7.5+
Qt Version    :  4.8.4, PyQt4 (API v1) 4.10.3 on Linux
pyflakes >=0.5.0:  None (NOK)
pep8 >=0.6      :  None (NOK)
IPython >=0.13  :  0.13.2 (OK)
sphinx >=0.6.6  :  None (NOK)
rope >=0.9.2    :  None (NOK)
matplotlib >=1.0:  1.2.1 (OK)
pylint >=0.25   :  None (NOK)

Best regards
Kevin

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Hrishi Chandanpurkar | 18 Feb 23:19 2014
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'Open in Finder' for files in File Explorer?

Hi,

I have a suggestion, not knowing where to post, I'm posting it here. File Explorer of spyder is very functional and I use it regularly. I was wondering if an option 'Open in Finder' can be added to it on right clicking on a file. By Finder I also mean file management app on Windows and Linux.

Thanks,
hrishi

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ufechner | 15 Feb 21:50 2014
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Spyder 2.3 beta with Python 3.3 on Ubuntu 13.10

Hello,

I was successfully installing Spyder with Python 3.3 on Ubuntu 13.10
in the following way:

sudo apt-get install python3
sudo apt-get install python3-pip
sudo apt-get install ipython3
sudo apt-get install ipython3-qtconsole
sudo pip3 install -U numpy
sudo apt-get build-dep python-scipy
sudo pip3 install -U scipy
sudo pip3 install -U matplotlib

sudo pip3 install pep8
sudo pip3 install pyflakes
sudo pip3 install sphinx
sudo pip3 install rope_py3k

cd ~
mkdir 00Software
cd 00Software
wget https://bitbucket.org/spyder-ide/spyderlib/downloads/spyder-2.3.0beta3.zip
unzip spyder-2.3.0beta3.zip
cd spyder-2.3.0beta3
python3 setup.py build
sudo python3 setup.py install


Please add to the documentation that the name of the rope package that is needed
here is rope_py3k. It took me some time to figure that out.


Best regards:

Uwe Fechner

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GaryP | 15 Feb 01:01 2014
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pyside or pyqt with Spyder?

Is there a reason to choose pyside over pyqt or vice versa?  Does one work 
better than the other?  or with fewer problems?  I notice that on startup 
Spyder appears to look for pyside first.  

GaryP | 14 Feb 15:49 2014
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Emacs keybindings in spyder 2.3?

I saw a post in another forum (I think it was the Anaconda forum) suggesting that v. 2.3 might have Emacs keybindings.  I downloaded 2.3 beta, but can't find them.  Do they exist in 2.3, and if so, how do I enable them.

Simple emacs keybindings (beginning of line,  kill to end of line, up line, down line, etc)  is important to me.  I have over 20 years of muscle memory that I don't want to bother changing.

-gary

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Suvir Bhargav | 14 Feb 14:39 2014
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running bpython inside spyder

Hi,

I want to use bpython interpreter within spyder.
Anyone tried it or is there some way i can get bpython running inside at 
the console window.

Douglas Karabasz | 12 Feb 21:34 2014
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Rope for Spyder and Anaconda

I have installed Anaconda and it seems that when I open Spyder it is not using Rope for auto complete.

However, where I look at Opitional Dependencies I see Rope is OK.  Not sure why it is not working any ideas?

IPython >=0.13  :  1.1.0 (OK)
matplotlib >=1.0:  1.3.1 (OK)
pep8 >=0.6      :  1.4.6 (OK)
pyflakes >=0.5.0:  0.7.3 (OK)
pylint >=0.25   :  None (NOK)
rope >=0.9.2    :  0.9.4 (OK)
sphinx >=0.6.6  :  1.1.3 (OK)
sympy >=0.7.0   :  0.7.3 (OK)


Thanks,
Douglas

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Kim Georg Lind Pedersen | 12 Feb 11:55 2014
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Download links on google code are broken

Hey, and thank you for providing spyder. 

Just wanted to tell you that the download links on https://code.google.com/p/spyderlib/ presented below "Run on all platforms" point to empty searches in the download part. Please update those to the bitbucket host.

You're welcome.

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Jeremy Harbinson | 11 Feb 13:42 2014
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problem with pandas

Hi,
I use the EPD (currently I have 1.3.0), which runs Python 2.7, installed on a Mac OSX system (10.8.4). In Spyder I can load pandas in a normal Python session, but when I try to load it in an IPython session I get the following error:

import pandas as pd
numpy.ufunc has the wrong size, try recompiling
Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "<ipython-input-8-af55e7023913>", line 1, in <module>
    import pandas as pd

  File "/Users/jeremyharbinson1/Library/Enthought/Canopy_64bit/User/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pandas/__init__.py", line 6, in <module>
    from . import hashtable, tslib, lib

  File "numpy.pxd", line 865, in init pandas.tslib (pandas/tslib.c:48701)

ValueError: numpy.ufunc has the wrong size, try recompiling

Numpy is version 1.7.1, pandas is 0.12.0 (in the normal Python session) and I have Spyder 2.2.5 (an earlier version produced the same error). I guess this is a setup or path problem, but I have no idea how to fix it. Any suggestions?
all the best,
Jeremy Harbinson

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Casisto | 9 Feb 23:40 2014

Python 3.3 in Spyder 2.3?

Hi Guys,

is there anyway to get the Spyder 2.3.0Beta 3 installed and runing with 
Python 3.3?
I'm using Ubuntu 32 Bit.


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