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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

IPython on OSX (with iTerm2)

Sadly, in the new workplace I have to use OSX (it's either that or Windows, running Linux and connecting to everything is a ... challenge).

Here's a little script I wrote to open IPython with a new iTerm2 window. I call this script ipy and place it at ~/bin. Then hitting APPLE+SPACE launches Spotlight. Writing "ipy" inside and hitting ENTER does the trick.

If you want VIm keybindings, add the following to ~/.inputrc

set editing-mode vi
tab: complete
set completion-ignore-case on
set blink-matching-paren on
Oh, and if you find out how to maximize the window - please share :)
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