Le 8 oct. 2012 à 18:46, Thomas Haslwanter <thomas.haslwan...@gmail.com> a
first of all, thank you VERY MUCH for all the effort that you put into
making Python more accessible.
From the minute I've discovered Python, I systematically tried to share my
experience and to contribute to the community because I immediately
believed in this programming language for scientists/engineers as a
wonderful replacement for MATLAB or IDL. It simply has it all: the features
(even more than the cited commercial alternatives), the power (it can do so
much more) and the fun (from the very beginning, I'm having a lot of fun
programming in Python: actually I'm not programming with it, I'm playing
with it, and it's a game with unlimited possibilities).
So I'm really glad that you appreciate my contributions and that they did
help you and your students.
I am systematically switching (my students and myself) from Matlab to
Python - and would not/could not have done it without your efforts. Also, I
appreciate it that you provide personal feedback to so many people getting
started with Python!
As for my problem, you were right: it was a mixup between the ipython
console launcher, and the IPython script, and was fixed by running
"ipython" from the "cmd.exe" launched by WinPython. This also fixed the
problem with "get_config not defined".
Ok I'm glad we sorted it out.
Best regards - and keep up your good work
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