Interactive computing architecture IPython has reached its 1.0 version release. This project's primary focus is on the Python language, but its architecture is designed in a language-agnostic way to facilitate interactive computing in any language.
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Core documentation from the project confirms that an interactive kernel here speaks to clients such as the terminal or web notebook via a specified protocol and all features of a kernel are available to all clients.
The 1.0 version release adds NbConvert, the software needed to convert IPython notebooks to a variety of other formats. IPython can be embedded into existing developer projects and also benefits from the inclusion of a number of tools designed to aid parallel computing.
The project release notes detail two major reorganizations in IPython 1.0:
- The team has added IPython.kernel for all kernel-related code. This means that IPython.zmq has been removed, and much of it is now in IPython.kernel.zmq, some of it being in the top-level IPython.kernel.
- The team has removed the frontend subpackage, as it caused unnecessary depth. So what was IPython.frontend.qt is now IPython.qt, and so on. The one difference is that the notebook has been further flattened, so that IPython.frontend.html.notebook is now just IPython.html. There is a shim module, so IPython.frontend is still importable in 1.0, but there will be a warning.