Can someone point me to a working setup for using babel with IPython?
I'm witnessing strange indentation behavior when I try to define functions. This happens whether or not I specify the
--classic flag in
org-babel-python-command. My current command (running linux with Emacs 24.4):
(setq org-babel-python-command "ipython --pylab=qt4 --pdb --nosep --classic --no-banner --no-confirm-exit")
This doesn't work with function definitions.
#+BEGIN_SRC python :session *Broken IPython* :results output pp def g(x, lst): if isinstance(x, float): x = x + 0 return [item + x for item in lst] #+END_SRC
This doesn't seem related to
--classic either as I get the same error:
Bonus points if you have a working setup that doesn't force me to use
--classic as I do like the formatting of "modern" interface.
Using the magic command lets me define functions and evaluate a session, but I can't get a value output without one. Instead, I get:
#+BEGIN_SRC python :results output def f(x): return x + 2 f(2) #+END_SRC #+RESULTS: : >>> ... ... >>> 4 : >>> #+BEGIN_SRC python :results value def f(x): return x + 2 f(2) #+END_SRC #+RESULTS:
No results are returned, seemingly because of all the
>>> in the output not being parsed correctly.