Fernando: Got it, thanks. Sounds reasonable to me. Just playing with it a
bit, one thing I found myself looking for was a way to save the entire
session (inline figures included) to html.
Of course! When is the patch coming?
Yes, that will be the obvious first thing everybody will want. And it
shouldn't be too hard to write, either. In fact, if we store the svg
payloads in a dict keyed by input line number kernel-side, it would be
pretty easy to write a little function that will take a session and
will generate a reST document with figures and all, with .. image::
BTW, in my branch (fperez/newkernel) it's already working with inline
figures not needing a show() call at all, and a 'paste()' function to
paste any figure inline if you use one of the gui backends. We should
have it merged in a day or two.
ps - tip: Ctrl-. restarts the kernel, and Ctrl-L clears the screen.
So it's quick to get a fresh state, but keeping all your input history
you've been typing client-side unmodified. We're starting to get the
benefits of the two-process model...
On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 6:27 AM, Jeff Whitaker <jswhit@...196...> wrote: