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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 7.18.1, Package name: py37-ipython-7.18.1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

The goal of IPython is to create a comprehensive environment for interactive and
exploratory computing. To support this goal, IPython has two main components:

* An enhanced interactive Python shell.
* An architecture for interactive parallel computing.

Required to run:
[devel/py-pexpect] [devel/py-setuptools] [textproc/py-pygments] [databases/py-sqlite3] [devel/py-decorator] [devel/py-traitlets] [databases/py-pickleshare] [editors/py-jedi] [devel/py-backcall] [lang/python37] [devel/py-prompt_toolkit2]

Required to build:

Master sites:

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   2020-09-08 19:38:42 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-ipython: updated to 7.18.1

IPython 7.18 is a minor release that mostly contains bugfixes.

 - ``CRLF`` is now handled by magics my default; solving some issues due to copy
   pasting on windows.

 - Requiring pexpect ``>=4.3`` as we are Python 3.7+ only and earlier version of
   pexpect will be incompatible.

 - Minimum jedi version is now 0.16.
   2020-09-01 01:07:07 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (62)
Log message:
*: switch to versioned_dependencies.mk for py-setuptools
   2020-08-09 02:00:56 by Joerg Sonnenberger | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
No longer supports Python 3.6
   2020-08-03 11:15:00 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-ipython: updated to 7.17.0

IPython 7.17

IPython 7.17 brings a couple of new improvements to API and a couple of user
facing changes to make the terminal experience more user friendly.

:ghpull:`12407` introduces the ability to pass extra argument to the IPython
debugger class; this is to help a new project from ``kmaork``
(https://github.com/kmaork/madbg) to feature a fully remote debugger.

:ghpull:`12410` finally remove support for 3.6, while the codebase is still
technically compatible; IPython will not install on Python 3.6.

lots of work on the debugger and hidden frames from ``@impact27`` in
:ghpull:`12437`, :ghpull:`12445`, :ghpull:`12460` and in particular
:ghpull:`12453` which make the debug magic more robust at handling spaces.

Biggest API addition is code transformation which is done before code execution;
IPython allows a number of hooks to catch non-valid Python syntax (magic, prompt
stripping...etc). Transformers are usually called many time; typically:

 - When trying to figure out whether the code is complete and valid (should we
   insert a new line or execute ?)
 - During actual code execution pass before giving the code to Python's

This lead to issues when transformer might have had side effects; or do external
queries. Starting with IPython 7.17 you can expect your transformer to be called
less time.

Input transformers are now called only once in the execution path of
`InteractiveShell`, allowing to register transformer that potentially have side
effects (note that this is not recommended). Internal methods `should_run_async`, and
`run_cell_async` now take a recommended optional `transformed_cell`, and
`preprocessing_exc_tuple` parameters that will become mandatory at some point in
the future; that is to say cells need to be explicitly transformed to be valid
Python syntax ahead of trying to run them. :ghpull:`12440`;

``input_transformers`` can now also have an attribute ``has_side_effects`` set
to `True`, when this attribute is present; this  will prevent the transformers
from being ran when IPython is trying to guess whether the user input is
complete. Note that this may means you will need to explicitly execute in some
case where your transformations are now not ran; but will not affect users with
no custom extensions.
   2020-07-01 16:05:04 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-ipython: updated to 7.16.1

IPython 7.16

The default traceback mode will now skip frames that are marked with
``__tracebackhide__ = True`` and show how many traceback frames have been
skipped. This can be toggled by using :magic:`xmode` with the ``--show`` or
``--hide`` attribute. It will have no effect on non verbose traceback modes.

The ipython debugger also now understands ``__tracebackhide__`` as well and will
skip hidden frames when displaying. Movement up and down the stack will skip the
hidden frames and will show how many frames were hidden. Internal IPython frames
are also now hidden by default. The behavior can be changed with the
``skip_hidden`` while in the debugger, command and accepts "yes", \ 
"no", "true"
and "false" case insensitive parameters.

Misc Noticeable changes:
- Exceptions are now (re)raised when running notebooks via the :magic:`%run`, \ 
helping to catch issues in workflows and
  pipelines. :ghpull:`12301`
- Fix inputhook for qt 5.15.0 :ghpull:`12355`
- Fix wx inputhook :ghpull:`12375`
- Add handling for malformed pathext env var (Windows) :ghpull:`12367`
- use $SHELL in system_piped :ghpull:`12360` for uniform behavior with
   2020-05-31 13:31:52 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-ipython: updated to 7.15.0

IPython 7.15 brings a number of bug fixes and user facing improvements.

Misc Noticeable changes:
 - Long completion name have better elision in terminal
 - I've started to test on Python 3.9 and fix some errors.
 - Hi DPI scaling of figures when using qt eventloop
 - Document the ability to have systemwide configuration for IPython.
 - Fix issues with input autoformatting
 - ``IPython.core.debugger.Pdb`` is now interruptible
 - Video HTML attributes
   2020-05-06 13:16:46 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
*: Remove manual page entries from ALTERNATIVES files.

Thes are not supported by pkg_alternatives, and lead to breakage as found
in <http://mail-index.netbsd.org/tech-pkg/2020/05/06/msg023089.html>.

In many cases these were unnecessary anyway, as they match the corresponding
command that pkg_alternatives will have automatically detected manual page
entries for, plus many of them did not support PKGMANDIR.

In the one case (databases/py-peewee) where the manual page does not match
the command name, pkg_alternatives will need to be enhanced to support this
before it can be re-enabled.
   2020-05-03 13:50:09 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-ipython: updated to 7.14.0

IPython 7.14

IPython  7.14 is a minor release that fix a couple of bugs and prepare
compatibility with new or future versions of some libraries.

Important changes:
 - Fix compatibility with Sphinx 3+
 - Remove deprecated matplotlib parameter usage, compatibility with matplotlib

Misc Changes
 - set ``.py`` extension when editing current buffer in vi/emacs.
 - support for unicode identifiers in ``?``/``??``
 - add extra options to the ``Video`` Rich objects
 - add pretty-printing to ``SimpleNamespace``

Pending deprecated imports
Many object present in ``IPython.core.display`` are there for internal use only,
and should  already been imported from ``IPython.display`` by users and external
libraries. Trying to import those from ``IPython.core.display`` is still possible
but will trigger a
deprecation warning in later versions of IPython and will become errors in the

This will simplify compatibility with other Python kernels (like Xeus-Python),
and simplify code base.