This documentation covers a development version of IPython. The development version may differ significantly from the latest stable release.


This documentation covers IPython versions 6.0 and higher. Beginning with version 6.0, IPython stopped supporting compatibility with Python versions lower than 3.3 including all versions of Python 2.7.

If you are looking for an IPython version compatible with Python 2.7, please use the IPython 5.x LTS release and refer to its documentation (LTS is the long term support release).

8.x Series

IPython 8.25

Mostly internal changes for this end of may release of IPython.

We’ll count about a dozen PRs for this moth, with small bugfixes related to matplotlib fixes.

Of notable interest,

  • PR #14426 replaces the unicode micro symbol with greek letter mu, visually identical but should fix nfkc normalisations issues.

  • PR #14444 introduces intersphinx_registry as a new dependency which is recommended only to build documentation.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.25 milestone.


Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.24

Back on regular release schedule, as usual month releases are relatively tiny.

The biggest change is the move of the matplotlib backend handling from IPython to matplotlib. PR #14371 PR #14403.

We will note:

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.24 milestone.


Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.23

Super tiny release of IPython on Sunday – a bit later than usual, which is also 🏳️‍⚧️ International Transgender Day of Visibility🏳️‍⚧️ – so a though for you on this day, you matter and you are valid [1].

This is a minuscule release with only 5 Pull requests.

Main change is PR #14357 which improve inference from return type annotations in completer and the introduction of the optional target ipython[matplotlib] to explicitly request the matplotlib optional dependencies.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.23 milestone.


Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.22, 8.22.1 and 8.22.2

Quick release of IPython for this short month of February, with quite a bit of activity with more than 15 PRs.

I am not going to details all the changes, but among other we have :

  • More compatibility with emscripten PR #14316, PR #14318,

  • Test more downstream project to avoid breakage PR #14317

  • Fix recently introduced bug with the store magic.

  • Fix issues with multiple call to matplotlib.pyplot.switch_backend

  • Fix crashing IPython when some tracebacks encounter dynamically evaluated code.

IPython 8.22.1 increase the minimal traitlets version, and 8.22.2 fix a critical bug on emscripten preventing to use some magics like %matplotlib on jupyter-light.

API changes

One of the largest change is the update the mimehooks and inspector API, see PR #14342. It should be backward compatible, but many hooks now receive a single object with many fields allowing us flexibility to update the API later.

Packaging changes

Thanks to @mkoppe, we are slowly getting rid of setup.py finally migrating to pyproject.toml. There is still quite a bit of work, and please open an issue if you encounter any problem.


A number of unused functions have been marked deprecated or pending deprecation. Please let us know if you encounter any of those deprecation messages for us to adjust the removal timeline.


Many thanks to @mkoppe and @krassowski for their multiple contributions and codebase cleanup.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.22 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.21

More substantial release of IPython slightly out of schedule as it was not possible for me to make a release last Friday.

Few new features are present, but the codebase has been cleaned, and a couple of API are _considered_ for deprecation. They are not deprecated yet, but as they do not seem to be quite used, they may emit a warning, in which case please comment on the relevant issue to inform me of _which_ project use those feature and how you use them. Depending on the feedback I might change the timeline for deprecation.

This release saw 14 PRs, with more outside contribution than usual, I’ll note in particular PRs related to making IPython work on emscripten.

I also want to point that we are _trying_ to keep compatibility with Python 3.13, but it’s a cat and mouse game. Plus I am low on time, so I would appreciate any help with that.


  • PR #14307 Pending Deprecation of ColorSchemeTable.set_active_scheme(...)’s case_sensitive Parameter.

  • PR #14305 Pending Deprecation of constructing ColorScheme via kwargs, in favor passing a single dict.


  • PR #14284 TerminalIPythonApp’s would warn that auto_create option is not recognized.

  • PR #14286 Fix a crash with NotOneValueFound when rendering complex tracebacks.

  • PR #14287 Partial Python 3.13 compatibility

  • PR #14290 Docs/Typos.


  • PR #14289 ipdb.set_trace() now accepts header= for better compatibility with pdb.set_trace()

  • PR #14300 and PR #14301 Add hooking ability to produce mimebundle.

We’ll outline PR #14300, it is now possible to extend the ?/?? operator to return more mimetypes to render richer help in frontends that support it. In particular you could send a json representation of the help that could be displayed in a customizable way.


  • PR #14291 Misc Refactor of Color handling

  • PR #14295 Misc test skip on problematic Pypy versions.


Special thanks to all our contributors, and to the Pypy team that was extremely reactive in helping to investigate a fixing a rare unicode+windows bug.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.21 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.20

Quick IPython release in this beginning of 2024, barely 2 weeks after the previous release.

This is mostly to fix a backward compatibility issue, I would have done a patch release earlier if I could. As a few other cleanup are also part of this release, this will get a minor version bump.

The crux of this release is PR #14274 (Inspect continuation prompt signature and pass only viable arguments), the rest of the changes are mostly type annotation, and a few compatibility issues with Python 3.13 that are getting addressed.

Python 3.13 compatibility is still not complete (help welcomed).

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.20 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.19

New release of IPython a bit before the end of the month, and end of the year.

Mostly cleanup and deprecation, due to upstream deprecation and removal.

Remove of Python 3.9 support

A bit later than originally plan, IPython 8.19 does not support Python 3.9 anymore, as well as the few conditional code that were executing only on Python 3.9. PR #14254

We used the opportunity to deprecate IPython.utils.tz PR #14256, due to upstream deprecation of some timezone utilities. It will be removed at a later date.

We now also run CI on Python 3.12 (what I likely should have done before), but running on too many Python version uses a lot of CI time.

Absolute and relative Line Numbers in Prompts

Thanks to the contribution of cohml, IPython CLI now support absolute and relative line numbers in both vi and emacs prompt, use for example c.TerminalInteractiveShell.prompt_line_number_format='{line: 4d}/{rel_line:+03d} | ' configuration option to display both in a custom format.


In addition to various bugfixes, I unpinned pytest, let me know if there are any issues and we’ll re-pin.

See you in 2024

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.19 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.18 and 8.18.1

8.18.1 is identical to 8.18 but pin prompt_toolkit to greater than 3.0.41

Small release of IPython that fixes a small number of inconveniences.

  • PR #14251 Fix a memory leak in qt event loop integration by setting the Loop parent to None.

  • PR #14252 Pickleshare was made an optional dependency in 8.17, this leads to warnings in some installations when using modules completions. The warning has been silenced.

  • PR #14241 Update event loop code for compatibility with more recent prompt_toolkit due to deprecations in Python 3.12.

  • PR #14245 Fix doc example on Pygments styles

  • PR #14238 Remove dependency on app_nope, this is actually only a dependency of IPykernel.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.18 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.17, 8.17.1

Medium-sized release of IPython that includes some cleanup (backcall, python2 leftovers) and some refactoring improvements (typing, pathlib) and a fix on completion.

  • PR #14216 remove backcall dependency

  • PR #14217 make pickleshare dependency optional

  • PR #14185 support completion based on type annotations of calls

Reverted in 8.17.1:

  • PR #14190 remove support for python 2 in lexers (reverted in 8.17.1 as it is imported by qtconsole/spyder)

Mamba and Micromamba magic

In addition to the conda command to manage conda environment, mamba and micromamba can now be used using the corresponding magic in IPython. Since these commands are compatible with conda, they are following the same logic.

These two magic require to have the corresponding commands available either in the conda environment or system wide.

PR #14191

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.17 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.16, 8.16.1

Small double release of IPython (with the 8.12.3 release notes just below). Mostly bug fixes and cleanups, and type annotations. Of interest for users:

  • PR #14153 Fix a bug of the new iPdb chained traceback where some Exception would not have any traceback. (see upstream fix in CPython for more details).

  • PR #14168 Fix case with spurious message about event loops when using matplotlib.

This PR is in 8.16.0 but reverted in 8.16.1, we’ll rework the fix for 8.17

  • PR #14163 Fix an error where semicolon would not suppress output.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.16 and 8.16.1 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.12.3

Tiny release of 8.12.3 that backport a small number of fixes for users still using Python 3.8.

IPython 8.15

Medium release of IPython after a couple of month hiatus, and a bit off-schedule.

Among other, IPython 8.15:

  • Improve compatibility with future version of Python 3.12/3.13 PR #14107, PR #14139,

  • Improve support for ExceptionGroups, PR #14108

  • Fix hangs in %gui osx, PR #14125

  • Fix memory lead with %reset, PR #14133

  • Unstable config option to modify traceback highlighting that is sometime hard to read PR #14138

  • Support . in ipdb as an argument to the list command PR #14121

  • Workroud parso showing warning message when the default logger level is changed PR #14119

  • Fix multiple issues with matplotlib interactive mode, qt5/qt6 PR #14128

Support for PEP-678 Exception Notes

Ultratb now shows PEP 678 notes, improving your debugging experience on Python 3.11+ or with libraries such as Pytest and Hypothesis.

Native fallback for displaying ExceptionGroup

ExceptionGroups are now displayed with traceback.print_exc, as a temporary fix until UltraTB properly supports displaying child exceptions.

We have two larger features:

AST-based macros

PR #14100 introduce a new and efficient way to modify each execution block (cell) using an template-ast-based transform. Unlike IPython pre and post code execution hooks, this actually transform the code that is execute with as minimal as possible overhead. While it was already technically possible to register ast transformers for IPython this was far from evident.

This should make it trivial to hook into IPython to implement custom hooks, that for example time or profile your code, catch exceptions to provide error messages for students or do any other kind of transformations.

In addition to programmatic API there is also a magic to quickly register hooks:

In [1]: %%code_wrap before_after
   ...: print('before')
   ...: __code__
   ...: print('after')
   ...: __ret__

This mean that for any subsequent execution code will be executed. You can modify the above to print the date, compute the execution time, retry the code in a for loop….

Allow IPdb/Pdb to move between chained exceptions

The main change is the addition of the ability to move between chained exceptions when using IPdb, this feature was also contributed to upstream Pdb and is thus native to CPython in Python 3.13+ Though ipdb should support this feature in older version of Python. I invite you to look at the CPython changes and docs for more details.

In short, once in post-mortem debugger (%debug), you can use the ipdb exceptions command to switch exceptions, for example:

In [1]: def foo(x):
    ...:     try:
    ...:         bar(x)
    ...:     except Exception as e:
    ...:         raise ValueError("foo (): bar failed") from e
    ...: def bar(x):
    ...:     1 / X

In [2]: foo(0)
NameError                                 Traceback (most recent call last)
Cell In[1], line 3, in foo(x)
      2 try:
----> 3     bar(x)
      4 except Exception as e:

Cell In[1], line 9, in bar(x)
      8 def bar(x):
----> 9     1 / X

NameError: name 'X' is not defined

The above exception was the direct cause of the following exception:

ValueError                                Traceback (most recent call last)
Cell In[2], line 1
----> 1 foo(0)

Cell In[1], line 5, in foo(x)
      3     bar(x)
      4 except Exception as e:
----> 5     raise ValueError("foo (): bar failed") from e

ValueError: foo (): bar failed

In [3]: %debug
> <ipython-input-1-b0bbdc271ffb>(5)foo()
      3         bar(x)
      4     except Exception as e:
----> 5         raise ValueError("foo (): bar failed") from e

In previous ipdb you could not go into the bar error, now from within pdb you can use exceptions:

ipdb> exceptions
    0 NameError("name 'X' is not defined")
>   1 ValueError('foo (): bar failed')

ipdb> exceptions 0
> <ipython-input-1-b0bbdc271ffb>(9)bar()
      8 def bar(x):
----> 9     1 / X


In particular I want to thank the D.E. Shaw group for suggesting and funding the two largest feature as well as many bug fixes of this release.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.15 milestone.

IPython 8.14

Small release of IPython.

  • PR #14080 fixes some shortcuts issues.

  • PR #14056 Add option to %autoreload to hide errors when reloading code. This will be the default for spyder user is my understanding.

  • PR #14039 (and PR #14040) to show exception notes in tracebacks.

  • PR #14076 Add option to EventManager to prevent printing

SPEC 0 and SPEC 4

You’ve heard about the NEPs, (NumPy enhancement Proposal), having a NEP for something non-numpy specific was sometime confusing. Long live the SPECs.

We are now trying to follow SPEC 0 (aka old NEP 29) for support of upstream libraries.

We also now try to follow SPEC 4 (test and publish nightly on a centralized nightly repository). We encourage you to do so as well in order to report breakage, and contribute to the SPEC process !

Python 3.12 compatibility ?

Python 3.12 changed its tokenizer to have better support for f-strings and allow arbitrary expression. This is a great new feature and performance improvement in Python 3.12.

Unfortunately this means the new tokenizer does not support incomplete or invalid Python which will break many features of IPython. Thus compatibility of IPython with Python 3.12 is not guarantied. It is unclear to which extent IPython is affected, and whether we can/should try to still support magics, shell escape (! ....), …, as well as how to do it if we can.

In addition even if we there is technical feasibility to do so, it is no clear we have the resources to do it. We are thus looking for your help if you can _test_ on Python 3.12 to see to which extent this affects users and which features are critical.

We are not going to pin IPython to Python <3.12 as otherwise on install pip would downgrade/resolve to IPython 8.13, so if you plan to update to Python 3.12 after its release, we encourage for extra care.

IPython 8.13.1, 8.13.2 and 8.12.2

3 quick in succession patch release of IPython in addition to IPython 8.13.0 having been yanked.

IPython 8.13.0 was improperly tagged as still compatible with Python 3.8, and still had some mention of compatibility with 3.8. IPython 8.13.1 is identical to 8.13 but with the exception of being correctly tagged. This release and yank was mostly done to fix CI.

IPython 8.12.2 and 8.13.2 contain UI fixes, with respect to right arrow not working in some case in the terminal, and 8.12.2 contain also a requested backport of PR #14029 (Allow safe access to the __getattribute__ method of modules) for tab completion.

IPython 8.13

As usual for the end of the month, minor release of IPython. This release is significant in that it not only has a number of bugfixes, but also drop support for Python 3.8 as per NEP 29 (PR #14023).

All the critical bugfixes have been backported onto the 8.12.1 release (see below). In addition to that went into 8.12.1 you’ll find:

  • Pretty representation for Counter has been fixed to match the Python one and be in decreasing order. PR #14032

  • Module completion is better when jedi is disabled PR #14029.

  • Improvement of %%bash magic that would get stuck PR #14019

We hope you enjoy this release an will maybe see you at JupyterCon in less than two weeks.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.13 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.12.1

This is the twin release of IPython 8.13 that contain only critical UI and bug fixes. The next minor version of IPython has dropped support for Python 3.8 – as per Nep 29 and this IPython 8.12.x will now only receive bugfixes.

  • PR #14004 Fix a bug introduced in IPython 8.12 that crash when inspecting some docstrings.

  • PR #14010 Fix fast traceback code that was not working in some case.

  • PR #14014 Fix %page magic broken in some case.

  • PR #14026, PR #14027 Tweak default shortcut with respect to autosuggestions.

  • PR #14033 add back the ability to use .get() on OInfo object for backward compatibility with h5py (this will be re-deprecated later, and h5py will also get a fix).

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.12.1 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.12

Hopefully slightly early release for IPython 8.12. Last Thursday of the month, even if I guess it’s likely already Friday somewhere in the pacific ocean.

A number of PRs and bug fixes this month with close to 20 PRs merged !

The IPython repo reached PR #14000 !! Actually the PR that create those exact release note is PR #14000. Ok, more issues and PR is not always better, and I’d love to have more time to close issues and Pull Requests.

Let’s note that in less than 2 month JupyterCon is back, in Paris please visit jupytercon.com, and looking forward to see you there.

Packagers should take note that typing_extension is now a mandatory dependency for Python versions <3.10.

Let’s note also that according to NEP29, It is soon time to stop support for Python 3.8 that will be release more than 3 and 1/2 years ago:

On Apr 14, 2023 drop support for Python 3.8 (initially released on Oct 14, 2019)

Thus I am likely to stop advertising support for Python 3.8 in the next release at the end of April.

Here are some miscellaneous updates of interest:

  • PR #13957 brings updates to the Qt integration, particularly for Qt6.

  • PR #13960 fixes the %debug magic command to give access to the local scope.

  • PR #13964 fixes some crashes with the new fast traceback code. Note that there are still some issues with the fast traceback code, and I a, likely to fix and tweak behavior.

  • PR #13973 We are slowly migrating IPython internals to use proper type objects/dataclasses instead of dictionaries to allow static typing checks. These are technically public API and could lead to breakage, so please let us know if that’s the case and I’ll mitigate.

  • PR #13990, PR #13991, PR #13994 all improve keybinding and shortcut configurability.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.12 milestone.

We want to thank the D.E. Shaw group for requesting and sponsoring the work on the following big feature. We had productive discussions on how to best expose this feature

Dynamic documentation dispatch

We are experimenting with dynamic documentation dispatch for object attribute. See #13860. The goal is to allow object to define documentation for their attributes, properties, even when those are dynamically defined with __getattr__.

In particular when those objects are base types it can be useful to show the documentation

In [1]: class User:
   ...:     __custom_documentations__ = {
   ...:         "first": "The first name of the user.",
   ...:         "last": "The last name of the user.",
   ...:     }
   ...:     first:str
   ...:     last:str
   ...:     def __init__(self, first, last):
   ...:         self.first = first
   ...:         self.last = last
   ...:     @property
   ...:     def full(self):
   ...:         """`self.first` and `self.last` joined by a space."""
   ...:         return self.first + " " + self.last
   ...: user = Person('Jane', 'Doe')

In [2]: user.first?
Type:            str
String form:     Jane
Length:          4
Docstring:       the first name of a the person object, a str
Class docstring:

In [3]: user.last?
Type:            str
String form:     Doe
Length:          3
Docstring:       the last name, also a str

We can see here the symmetry with IPython looking for the docstring on the properties:

In [4]: user.full?
Type:        property
String form: <property object at 0x102bb15d0>
Docstring:   first and last join by a space

Note that while in the above example we use a static dictionary, libraries may decide to use a custom object that define __getitem__, we caution against using objects that would trigger computation to show documentation, but it is sometime preferable for highly dynamic code that for example export ans API as object.

IPython 8.11

Back on almost regular monthly schedule for IPython with end-of-month really-late-Friday release to make sure some bugs are properly fixed. Small addition of with a few new features, bugfix and UX improvements.

This is a non-exhaustive list, but among other you will find:

Faster Traceback Highlighting

Resurrection of pre-IPython-8 traceback highlighting code.

Really long and complicated files were slow to highlight in traceback with IPython 8 despite upstream improvement that make many case better. Therefore starting with IPython 8.11 when one of the highlighted file is more than 10 000 line long by default, we’ll fallback to a faster path that does not have all the features of highlighting failing AST nodes.

This can be configures by setting the value of IPython.code.ultratb.FAST_THRESHOLD to an arbitrary low or large value.

Autoreload verbosity

We introduce more descriptive names for the %autoreload parameter:

  • %autoreload now (also %autoreload) - perform autoreload immediately.

  • %autoreload off (also %autoreload 0) - turn off autoreload.

  • %autoreload explicit (also %autoreload 1) - turn on autoreload only for modules whitelisted by %aimport statements.

  • %autoreload all (also %autoreload 2) - turn on autoreload for all modules except those blacklisted by %aimport statements.

  • %autoreload complete (also %autoreload 3) - all the fatures of all but also adding new objects from the imported modules (see IPython/extensions/tests/test_autoreload.py::test_autoload_newly_added_objects).

The original designations (e.g. “2”) still work, and these new ones are case-insensitive.

Additionally, the option --print or -p can be added to the line to print the names of modules being reloaded. Similarly, --log or -l will output the names to the logger at INFO level. Both can be used simultaneously.

The parsing logic for %aimport is now improved such that modules can be whitelisted and blacklisted in the same line, e.g. it’s now possible to call %aimport os, -math to include os for %autoreload explicit and exclude math for modes all and complete.

Terminal shortcuts customization

Previously modifying shortcuts was only possible by hooking into startup files and practically limited to adding new shortcuts or removing all shortcuts bound to a specific key. This release enables users to override existing terminal shortcuts, disable them or add new keybindings.

For example, to set the right to accept a single character of auto-suggestion you could use:

my_shortcuts = [
        "command": "IPython:auto_suggest.accept_character",
        "new_keys": ["right"]
%config TerminalInteractiveShell.shortcuts = my_shortcuts

You can learn more in TerminalInteractiveShell.shortcuts configuration reference.


  • %gui should now support PySide6. PR #13864

  • Cli shortcuts can now be configured PR #13928, see above. (note that there might be an issue with prompt_toolkit 3.0.37 and shortcut configuration).

  • Capture output should now respect ; semicolon to suppress output. PR #13940

  • Base64 encoded images (in jupyter frontend), will not have trailing newlines. PR #13941

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.11 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.10

Out of schedule release of IPython with minor fixes to patch a potential CVE-2023-24816. This is a really low severity CVE that you most likely are not affected by unless:

  • You are on windows.

  • You have a custom build of Python without _ctypes

  • You cd or start IPython or Jupyter in untrusted directory which names may be valid shell commands.

You can read more on the advisory.

In addition to fixing this CVE we also fix a couple of outstanding bugs and issues.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.10 milestone.

In Particular:

  • bump minimum numpy to >=1.21 version following NEP29. PR #13930

  • fix for compatibility with MyPy 1.0. PR #13933

  • fix nbgrader stalling when IPython’s showtraceback function is monkeypatched. PR #13934

As this release also contains those minimal changes in addition to fixing the CVE I decided to bump the minor version anyway.

This will not affect the normal release schedule, so IPython 8.11 is due in about 2 weeks.

IPython 8.9.0

Second release of IPython in 2023, last Friday of the month, we are back on track. This is a small release with a few bug-fixes, and improvements, mostly with respect to terminal shortcuts.

The biggest improvement for 8.9 is a drastic amelioration of the auto-suggestions sponsored by D.E. Shaw and implemented by the more and more active contributor @krassowski <https://github.com/krassowski>.

  • right accepts a single character from suggestion

  • ctrl+right accepts a semantic token (macos default shortcuts take precedence and need to be disabled to make this work)

  • backspace deletes a character and resumes hinting autosuggestions

  • ctrl-left accepts suggestion and moves cursor left one character.

  • backspace deletes a character and resumes hinting autosuggestions

  • down moves to suggestion to later in history when no lines are present below the cursors.

  • up moves to suggestion from earlier in history when no lines are present above the cursor.

This is best described by the Gif posted by @krassowski <https://github.com/krassowski>, and in the PR itself PR #13888.


Please report any feedback in order for us to improve the user experience. In particular we are also working on making the shortcuts configurable.

If you are interested in better terminal shortcuts, I also invite you to participate in issue 13879.

As we follow NEP29, next version of IPython will officially stop supporting numpy 1.20, and will stop supporting Python 3.8 after April release.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.9 milestone.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.8.0

First release of IPython in 2023 as there was no release at the end of December.

This is an unusually big release (relatively speaking) with more than 15 Pull Requests merged.

Of particular interest are:

  • PR #13852 that replaces the greedy completer and improves completion, in particular for dictionary keys.

  • PR #13858 that adds py.typed to setup.cfg to make sure it is bundled in wheels.

  • PR #13869 that implements tab completions for IPython options in the shell when using argcomplete <https://github.com/kislyuk/argcomplete>. I believe this also needs a recent version of Traitlets.

  • PR #13865 makes the inspector class of InteractiveShell configurable.

  • PR #13880 that removes minor-version entrypoints as the minor version entry points that would be included in the wheel would be the one of the Python version that was used to build the whl file.

In no particular order, the rest of the changes update the test suite to be compatible with Pygments 2.14, various docfixes, testing on more recent python versions and various updates.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.8 milestone.

Many thanks to @krassowski for the many PRs and @jasongrout for reviewing and merging contributions.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.7.0

Small release of IPython with a couple of bug fixes and new features for this month. Next month is the end of year, it is unclear if there will be a release close to the new year’s eve, or if the next release will be at the end of January.

Here are a few of the relevant fixes, as usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.7 milestone.

  • PR #13834 bump the minimum prompt toolkit to 3.0.11.

  • IPython shipped with the py.typed marker now, and we are progressively adding more types. PR #13831

  • PR #13817 add configuration of code blacks formatting.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.6.0

Back to a more regular release schedule (at least I try), as Friday is already over by more than 24h hours. This is a slightly bigger release with a few new features that contain no less than 25 PRs.

We’ll notably found a couple of non negligible changes:

The install_ext and related functions have been removed after being deprecated for years. You can use pip to install extensions. pip did not exist when install_ext was introduced. You can still load local extensions without installing them. Just set your sys.path for example. PR #13744

IPython now has extra entry points that use the major and minor version of python. For some of you this means that you can do a quick ipython3.10 to launch IPython from the Python 3.10 interpreter, while still using Python 3.11 as your main Python. PR #13743

The completer matcher API has been improved. See PR #13745. This should improve the type inference and improve dict keys completions in many use case. Thanks @krassowski for all the work, and the D.E. Shaw group for sponsoring it.

The color of error nodes in tracebacks can now be customized. See PR #13756. This is a private attribute until someone finds the time to properly add a configuration option. Note that with Python 3.11 that also shows the relevant nodes in traceback, it would be good to leverage this information (plus the “did you mean” info added on attribute errors). But that’s likely work I won’t have time to do before long, so contributions welcome.

As we follow NEP 29, we removed support for numpy 1.19 PR #13760.

The open() function present in the user namespace by default will now refuse to open the file descriptors 0,1,2 (stdin, out, err), to avoid crashing IPython. This mostly occurs in teaching context when incorrect values get passed around.

The ?, ??, and corresponding pinfo, pinfo2 magics can now find objects inside arrays. That is to say, the following now works:

>>> def my_func(*arg, **kwargs):pass
>>> container = [my_func]
>>> container[0]?

If container define a custom getitem, this __will__ trigger the custom method. So don’t put side effects in your getitems. Thanks to the D.E. Shaw group for the request and sponsoring the work.

As usual you can find the full list of PRs on GitHub under the 8.6 milestone.

Thanks to all hacktoberfest contributors, please contribute to closember.org.

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.5.0

First release since a couple of month due to various reasons and timing preventing me for sticking to the usual monthly release the last Friday of each month. This is of non negligible size as it has more than two dozen PRs with various fixes an bug fixes.

Many thanks to everybody who contributed PRs for your patience in review and merges.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of changes that have been implemented for IPython 8.5.0. As usual you can find the full list of issues and PRs tagged with the 8.5 milestone.

  • Added a shortcut for accepting auto suggestion. The End key shortcut for accepting auto-suggestion This binding works in Vi mode too, provided TerminalInteractiveShell.emacs_bindings_in_vi_insert_mode is set to be True PR #13566.

  • No popup in window for latex generation when generating latex (e.g. via _latex_repr_) no popup window is shows under Windows. PR #13679

  • Fixed error raised when attempting to tab-complete an input string with consecutive periods or forward slashes (such as “file:///var/log/…”). PR #13675

  • Relative filenames in Latex rendering : The latex_to_png_dvipng command internally generates input and output file arguments to latex and dvipis. These arguments are now generated as relative files to the current working directory instead of absolute file paths. This solves a problem where the current working directory contains characters that are not handled properly by latex and dvips. There are no changes to the user API. PR #13680

  • Stripping decorators bug: Fixed bug which meant that ipython code blocks in restructured text documents executed with the ipython-sphinx extension skipped any lines of code containing python decorators. PR #13612

  • Allow some modules with frozen dataclasses to be reloaded. PR #13732

  • Fix paste magic on wayland. PR #13671

  • show maxlen in deque’s repr. PR #13648

Restore line numbers for Input

Line number information in tracebacks from input are restored. Line numbers from input were removed during the transition to v8 enhanced traceback reporting.

So, instead of:

ZeroDivisionError                         Traceback (most recent call last)
Input In [3], in <cell line: 1>()
----> 1 myfunc(2)

Input In [2], in myfunc(z)
      1 def myfunc(z):
----> 2     foo.boo(z-1)

File ~/code/python/ipython/foo.py:3, in boo(x)
      2 def boo(x):
----> 3     return 1/(1-x)

ZeroDivisionError: division by zero

The error traceback now looks like:

ZeroDivisionError                         Traceback (most recent call last)
Cell In [3], line 1
----> 1 myfunc(2)

Cell In [2], line 2, in myfunc(z)
      1 def myfunc(z):
----> 2     foo.boo(z-1)

File ~/code/python/ipython/foo.py:3, in boo(x)
      2 def boo(x):
----> 3     return 1/(1-x)

ZeroDivisionError: division by zero

or, with xmode=Plain:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  Cell In [12], line 1
  Cell In [6], line 2 in myfunc
  File ~/code/python/ipython/foo.py:3 in boo
    return 1/(1-x)
ZeroDivisionError: division by zero

PR #13560

New setting to silence warning if working inside a virtual environment

Previously, when starting IPython in a virtual environment without IPython installed (so IPython from the global environment is used), the following warning was printed:

Attempting to work in a virtualenv. If you encounter problems, please install IPython inside the virtualenv.

This warning can be permanently silenced by setting c.InteractiveShell.warn_venv to False (the default is True).

PR #13706

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.4.0

As for 7.34, this version contains a single fix: fix uncaught BdbQuit exceptions on ipdb exit PR #13668, and a single typo fix in documentation: PR #13682

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.3.0

  • PR #13625, using ?, ??, *? will not call set_next_input as most frontend allow proper multiline editing and it was causing issues for many users of multi-cell frontends. This has been backported to 7.33

  • PR #13600, pre_run_*-hooks will now have a cell_id attribute on the info object when frontend provides it. This has been backported to 7.33

  • PR #13624, fixed End key being broken after accepting an auto-suggestion.

  • PR #13657 fixed an issue where history from different sessions would be mixed.

IPython 8.2.0

IPython 8.2 mostly bring bugfixes to IPython.

  • Auto-suggestion can now be elected with the end key. PR #13566

  • Some traceback issues with assert etb is not None have been fixed. PR #13588

  • History is now pulled from the sqitel database and not from in-memory. In particular when using the %paste magic, the content of the pasted text will be part of the history and not the verbatim text %paste anymore. PR #13592

  • Fix Ctrl-\\ exit cleanup PR #13603

  • Fixes to ultratb ipdb support when used outside of IPython. PR #13498

I am still trying to fix and investigate #13598, which seems to be random, and would appreciate help if you find a reproducible minimal case. I’ve tried to make various changes to the codebase to mitigate it, but a proper fix will be difficult without understanding the cause.

All the issues on pull-requests for this release can be found in the 8.2 milestone. . And some documentation only PR can be found as part of the 7.33 milestone (currently not released).

Thanks to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries.

IPython 8.1.1

Fix an issue with virtualenv and Python 3.8 introduced in 8.1

Revert PR #13537 (fix an issue with symlinks in virtualenv) that raises an error in Python 3.8, and fixed in a different way in PR #13559.

IPython 8.1.0

IPython 8.1 is the first minor release after 8.0 and fixes a number of bugs and updates a few behaviors that were problematic with the 8.0 as with many new major release.

Note that beyond the changes listed here, IPython 8.1.0 also contains all the features listed in IPython 7.32.

  • Misc and multiple fixes around quotation auto-closing. It is now disabled by default. Run with TerminalInteractiveShell.auto_match=True to re-enabled

  • Require pygments>=2.4.0 PR #13459, this was implicit in the code, but is now explicit in setup.cfg/setup.py

  • Docs improvement of core.magic_arguments examples. PR #13433

  • Multi-line edit executes too early with await. PR #13424

  • black is back as an optional dependency, and autoformatting disabled by default until some fixes are implemented (black improperly reformat magics). PR #13471 Additionally the ability to use yapf as a code reformatter has been added PR #13528 . You can use TerminalInteractiveShell.autoformatter="black", TerminalInteractiveShell.autoformatter="yapf" to re-enable auto formatting with black, or switch to yapf.

  • Fix and issue where display was not defined.

  • Auto suggestions are now configurable. Currently only AutoSuggestFromHistory (default) and None. new provider contribution welcomed. PR #13475

  • multiple packaging/testing improvement to simplify downstream packaging (xfail with reasons, try to not access network…).

  • Update deprecation. InteractiveShell.magic internal method has been deprecated for many years but did not emit a warning until now.

  • internal appended_to_syspath context manager has been deprecated.

  • fix an issue with symlinks in virtualenv PR #13537 (Reverted in 8.1.1)

  • Fix an issue with vim mode, where cursor would not be reset on exit PR #13472

  • ipython directive now remove only known pseudo-decorators PR #13532

  • IPython/lib/security which used to be used for jupyter notebook has been removed.

  • Fix an issue where async with would execute on new lines. PR #13436

We want to remind users that IPython is part of the Jupyter organisations, and thus governed by a Code of Conduct. Some of the behavior we have seen on GitHub is not acceptable. Abuse and non-respectful comments on discussion will not be tolerated.

Many thanks to all the contributors to this release, many of the above fixed issues and new features were done by first time contributors, showing there is still plenty of easy contribution possible in IPython . You can find all individual contributions to this milestone on github.

Thanks as well to the D. E. Shaw group for sponsoring work on IPython and related libraries. In particular the Lazy autoloading of magics that you will find described in the 7.32 release notes.

IPython 8.0.1 (CVE-2022-21699)

IPython 8.0.1, 7.31.1 and 5.11 are security releases that change some default values in order to prevent potential Execution with Unnecessary Privileges.

Almost all version of IPython looks for configuration and profiles in current working directory. Since IPython was developed before pip and environments existed it was used a convenient way to load code/packages in a project dependant way.

In 2022, it is not necessary anymore, and can lead to confusing behavior where for example cloning a repository and starting IPython or loading a notebook from any Jupyter-Compatible interface that has ipython set as a kernel can lead to code execution.

I did not find any standard way for packaged to advertise CVEs they fix, I’m thus trying to add a __patched_cves__ attribute to the IPython module that list the CVEs that should have been fixed. This attribute is informational only as if a executable has a flaw, this value can always be changed by an attacker.

In [1]: import IPython

In [2]: IPython.__patched_cves__
Out[2]: {'CVE-2022-21699'}

In [3]: 'CVE-2022-21699' in IPython.__patched_cves__
Out[3]: True

Thus starting with this version:

  • The current working directory is not searched anymore for profiles or configurations files.

  • Added a __patched_cves__ attribute (set of strings) to IPython module that contain the list of fixed CVE. This is informational only.

Further details can be read on the GitHub Advisory

IPython 8.0

IPython 8.0 is bringing a large number of new features and improvements to both the user of the terminal and of the kernel via Jupyter. The removal of compatibility with an older version of Python is also the opportunity to do a couple of performance improvements in particular with respect to startup time. The 8.x branch started diverging from its predecessor around IPython 7.12 (January 2020).

This release contains 250+ pull requests, in addition to many of the features and backports that have made it to the 7.x branch. Please see the 8.0 milestone for the full list of pull requests.

Please feel free to send pull requests to update those notes after release, I have likely forgotten a few things reviewing 250+ PRs.

Dependencies changes/downstream packaging

Most of our building steps have been changed to be (mostly) declarative and follow PEP 517. We are trying to completely remove setup.py (PR #13238) and are looking for help to do so.

  • minimum supported traitlets version is now 5+

  • we now require stack_data

  • minimal Python is now 3.8

  • nose is not a testing requirement anymore

  • pytest replaces nose.

  • iptest/iptest3 cli entrypoints do not exist anymore.

  • the minimum officially ​supported numpy version has been bumped, but this should not have much effect on packaging.

Deprecation and removal

We removed almost all features, arguments, functions, and modules that were marked as deprecated between IPython 1.0 and 5.0. As a reminder, 5.0 was released in 2016, and 1.0 in 2013. Last release of the 5 branch was 5.10.0, in May 2020. The few remaining deprecated features we left have better deprecation warnings or have been turned into explicit errors for better error messages.

I will use this occasion to add the following requests to anyone emitting a deprecation warning:

  • Please add at least stacklevel=2 so that the warning is emitted into the caller context, and not the callee one.

  • Please add since which version something is deprecated.

As a side note, it is much easier to conditionally compare version numbers rather than using try/except when functionality changes with a version.

I won’t list all the removed features here, but modules like IPython.kernel, which was just a shim module around ipykernel for the past 8 years, have been removed, and so many other similar things that pre-date the name Jupyter itself.

We no longer need to add IPython.extensions to the PYTHONPATH because that is being handled by load_extension.

We are also removing Cythonmagic, sympyprinting and rmagic as they are now in other packages and no longer need to be inside IPython.


The majority of our docstrings have now been reformatted and automatically fixed by the experimental Vélin project to conform to numpydoc.

Type annotations

While IPython itself is highly dynamic and can’t be completely typed, many of the functions now have type annotations, and part of the codebase is now checked by mypy.

Preparing for Python 3.10

To prepare for Python 3.10, we have started working on removing reliance and any dependency that is not compatible with Python 3.10. This includes migrating our test suite to pytest and starting to remove nose. This also means that the iptest command is now gone and all testing is via pytest.

This was in large part thanks to the NumFOCUS Small Developer grant, which enabled us to allocate $4000 to hire Nikita Kniazev (@Kojoley), who did a fantastic job at updating our code base, migrating to pytest, pushing our coverage, and fixing a large number of bugs. I highly recommend contacting them if you need help with C++ and Python projects.

You can find all relevant issues and PRs with the SDG 2021 tag

Removing support for older Python versions

We are removing support for Python up through 3.7, allowing internal code to use the more efficient pathlib and to make better use of type annotations.

"Meme image of Toy Story with Woody and Buzz, with the text 'pathlib, pathlib everywhere'"

We had about 34 PRs only to update some logic to update some functions from managing strings to using Pathlib.

The completer has also seen significant updates and now makes use of newer Jedi APIs, offering faster and more reliable tab completion.

Misc Statistics

Here are some numbers:

7.x: 296 files, 12561 blank lines, 20282 comments, 35142 line of code.
8.0: 252 files, 12053 blank lines, 19232 comments, 34505 line of code.

$ git diff --stat 7.x...master  | tail -1
340 files changed, 13399 insertions(+), 12421 deletions(-)

We have commits from 162 authors, who contributed 1916 commits in 23 month, excluding merges (to not bias toward maintainers pushing buttons).:

$ git shortlog  -s --no-merges  7.x...master | sort -nr
535  Matthias Bussonnier
 86  Nikita Kniazev
 69  Blazej Michalik
 49  Samuel Gaist
 27  Itamar Turner-Trauring
 18  Spas Kalaydzhisyki
 17  Thomas Kluyver
 17  Quentin Peter
 17  James Morris
 17  Artur Svistunov
 15  Bart Skowron
 14  Alex Hall
 13  rushabh-v
 13  Terry Davis
 13  Benjamin Ragan-Kelley
  8  martinRenou
  8  farisachugthai
  7  dswij
  7  Gal B
  7  Corentin Cadiou
  6  yuji96
  6  Martin Skarzynski
  6  Justin Palmer
  6  Daniel Goldfarb
  6  Ben Greiner
  5  Sammy Al Hashemi
  5  Paul Ivanov
  5  Inception95
  5  Eyenpi
  5  Douglas Blank
  5  Coco Mishra
  5  Bibo Hao
  5  André A. Gomes
  5  Ahmed Fasih
  4  takuya fujiwara
  4  palewire
  4  Thomas A Caswell
  4  Talley Lambert
  4  Scott Sanderson
  4  Ram Rachum
  4  Nick Muoh
  4  Nathan Goldbaum
  4  Mithil Poojary
  4  Michael T
  4  Jakub Klus
  4  Ian Castleden
  4  Eli Rykoff
  4  Ashwin Vishnu
  3  谭九鼎
  3  sleeping
  3  Sylvain Corlay
  3  Peter Corke
  3  Paul Bissex
  3  Matthew Feickert
  3  Fernando Perez
  3  Eric Wieser
  3  Daniel Mietchen
  3  Aditya Sathe
  3  007vedant
  2  rchiodo
  2  nicolaslazo
  2  luttik
  2  gorogoroumaru
  2  foobarbyte
  2  bar-hen
  2  Theo Ouzhinski
  2  Strawkage
  2  Samreen Zarroug
  2  Pete Blois
  2  Meysam Azad
  2  Matthieu Ancellin
  2  Mark Schmitz
  2  Maor Kleinberger
  2  MRCWirtz
  2  Lumir Balhar
  2  Julien Rabinow
  2  Juan Luis Cano Rodríguez
  2  Joyce Er
  2  Jakub
  2  Faris A Chugthai
  2  Ethan Madden
  2  Dimitri Papadopoulos
  2  Diego Fernandez
  2  Daniel Shimon
  2  Coco Bennett
  2  Carlos Cordoba
  2  Boyuan Liu
  2  BaoGiang HoangVu
  2  Augusto
  2  Arthur Svistunov
  2  Arthur Moreira
  2  Ali Nabipour
  2  Adam Hackbarth
  1  richard
  1  linar-jether
  1  lbennett
  1  juacrumar
  1  gpotter2
  1  digitalvirtuoso
  1  dalthviz
  1  Yonatan Goldschmidt
  1  Tomasz Kłoczko
  1  Tobias Bengfort
  1  Timur Kushukov
  1  Thomas
  1  Snir Broshi
  1  Shao Yang Hong
  1  Sanjana-03
  1  Romulo Filho
  1  Rodolfo Carvalho
  1  Richard Shadrach
  1  Reilly Tucker Siemens
  1  Rakessh Roshan
  1  Piers Titus van der Torren
  1  PhanatosZou
  1  Pavel Safronov
  1  Paulo S. Costa
  1  Paul McCarthy
  1  NotWearingPants
  1  Naelson Douglas
  1  Michael Tiemann
  1  Matt Wozniski
  1  Markus Wageringel
  1  Marcus Wirtz
  1  Marcio Mazza
  1  Lumír 'Frenzy' Balhar
  1  Lightyagami1
  1  Leon Anavi
  1  LeafyLi
  1  L0uisJ0shua
  1  Kyle Cutler
  1  Krzysztof Cybulski
  1  Kevin Kirsche
  1  KIU Shueng Chuan
  1  Jonathan Slenders
  1  Jay Qi
  1  Jake VanderPlas
  1  Iwan Briquemont
  1  Hussaina Begum Nandyala
  1  Gordon Ball
  1  Gabriel Simonetto
  1  Frank Tobia
  1  Erik
  1  Elliott Sales de Andrade
  1  Daniel Hahler
  1  Dan Green-Leipciger
  1  Dan Green
  1  Damian Yurzola
  1  Coon, Ethan T
  1  Carol Willing
  1  Brian Lee
  1  Brendan Gerrity
  1  Blake Griffin
  1  Bastian Ebeling
  1  Bartosz Telenczuk
  1  Ankitsingh6299
  1  Andrew Port
  1  Andrew J. Hesford
  1  Albert Zhang
  1  Adam Johnson

This does not, of course, represent non-code contributions, for which we are also grateful.

API Changes using Frappuccino

This is an experimental exhaustive API difference using Frappuccino

The following items are new in IPython 8.0

+ IPython.core.async_helpers.get_asyncio_loop()
+ IPython.core.completer.Dict
+ IPython.core.completer.Pattern
+ IPython.core.completer.Sequence
+ IPython.core.completer.__skip_doctest__
+ IPython.core.debugger.Pdb.precmd(self, line)
+ IPython.core.debugger.__skip_doctest__
+ IPython.core.display.__getattr__(name)
+ IPython.core.display.warn
+ IPython.core.display_functions
+ IPython.core.display_functions.DisplayHandle
+ IPython.core.display_functions.DisplayHandle.display(self, obj, **kwargs)
+ IPython.core.display_functions.DisplayHandle.update(self, obj, **kwargs)
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__all__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__builtins__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__cached__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__doc__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__file__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__loader__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__name__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__package__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.__spec__
+ IPython.core.display_functions.b2a_hex
+ IPython.core.display_functions.clear_output(wait=False)
+ IPython.core.display_functions.display(*objs, include='None', exclude='None', metadata='None', transient='None', display_id='None', raw=False, clear=False, **kwargs)
+ IPython.core.display_functions.publish_display_data(data, metadata='None', source='<deprecated>', *, transient='None', **kwargs)
+ IPython.core.display_functions.update_display(obj, *, display_id, **kwargs)
+ IPython.core.extensions.BUILTINS_EXTS
+ IPython.core.inputtransformer2.has_sunken_brackets(tokens)
+ IPython.core.interactiveshell.Callable
+ IPython.core.interactiveshell.__annotations__
+ IPython.core.ultratb.List
+ IPython.core.ultratb.Tuple
+ IPython.lib.pretty.CallExpression
+ IPython.lib.pretty.CallExpression.factory(name)
+ IPython.lib.pretty.RawStringLiteral
+ IPython.lib.pretty.RawText
+ IPython.terminal.debugger.TerminalPdb.do_interact(self, arg)
+ IPython.terminal.embed.Set

The following items have been removed (or moved to superclass):

- IPython.core.application.BaseIPythonApplication.initialize_subcommand
- IPython.core.completer.Sentinel
- IPython.core.completer.skip_doctest
- IPython.core.debugger.Tracer
- IPython.core.display.DisplayHandle
- IPython.core.display.DisplayHandle.display
- IPython.core.display.DisplayHandle.update
- IPython.core.display.b2a_hex
- IPython.core.display.clear_output
- IPython.core.display.display
- IPython.core.display.publish_display_data
- IPython.core.display.update_display
- IPython.core.excolors.Deprec
- IPython.core.excolors.ExceptionColors
- IPython.core.history.warn
- IPython.core.hooks.late_startup_hook
- IPython.core.hooks.pre_run_code_hook
- IPython.core.hooks.shutdown_hook
- IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShell.init_deprecation_warnings
- IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShell.init_readline
- IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShell.write
- IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShell.write_err
- IPython.core.interactiveshell.get_default_colors
- IPython.core.interactiveshell.removed_co_newlocals
- IPython.core.magics.execution.ExecutionMagics.profile_missing_notice
- IPython.core.magics.script.PIPE
- IPython.core.prefilter.PrefilterManager.init_transformers
- IPython.core.release.classifiers
- IPython.core.release.description
- IPython.core.release.keywords
- IPython.core.release.long_description
- IPython.core.release.name
- IPython.core.release.platforms
- IPython.core.release.url
- IPython.core.ultratb.VerboseTB.format_records
- IPython.core.ultratb.find_recursion
- IPython.core.ultratb.findsource
- IPython.core.ultratb.fix_frame_records_filenames
- IPython.core.ultratb.inspect_error
- IPython.core.ultratb.is_recursion_error
- IPython.core.ultratb.with_patch_inspect
- IPython.external.__all__
- IPython.external.__builtins__
- IPython.external.__cached__
- IPython.external.__doc__
- IPython.external.__file__
- IPython.external.__loader__
- IPython.external.__name__
- IPython.external.__package__
- IPython.external.__path__
- IPython.external.__spec__
- IPython.kernel.KernelConnectionInfo
- IPython.kernel.__builtins__
- IPython.kernel.__cached__
- IPython.kernel.__warningregistry__
- IPython.kernel.pkg
- IPython.kernel.protocol_version
- IPython.kernel.protocol_version_info
- IPython.kernel.src
- IPython.kernel.version_info
- IPython.kernel.warn
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobBase
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobBase.run
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobBase.traceback
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobExpr
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobExpr.call
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobFunc
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobFunc.call
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobManager
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobManager.flush
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobManager.new
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobManager.remove
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobManager.result
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobManager.status
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.BackgroundJobManager.traceback
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.__builtins__
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.__cached__
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.__doc__
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.__file__
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.__loader__
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.__name__
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.__package__
- IPython.lib.backgroundjobs.__spec__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__builtins__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__cached__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__doc__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__file__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__loader__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__name__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__package__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__spec__
- IPython.lib.kernel.__warningregistry__
- IPython.paths.fs_encoding
- IPython.terminal.debugger.DEFAULT_BUFFER
- IPython.terminal.debugger.cursor_in_leading_ws
- IPython.terminal.debugger.emacs_insert_mode
- IPython.terminal.debugger.has_selection
- IPython.terminal.debugger.vi_insert_mode
- IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.DISPLAY_BANNER_DEPRECATED
- IPython.terminal.ipapp.TerminalIPythonApp.parse_command_line
- IPython.testing.test
- IPython.utils.contexts.NoOpContext
- IPython.utils.io.IOStream
- IPython.utils.io.IOStream.close
- IPython.utils.io.IOStream.write
- IPython.utils.io.IOStream.writelines
- IPython.utils.io.__warningregistry__
- IPython.utils.io.atomic_writing
- IPython.utils.io.stderr
- IPython.utils.io.stdin
- IPython.utils.io.stdout
- IPython.utils.io.unicode_std_stream
- IPython.utils.path.get_ipython_cache_dir
- IPython.utils.path.get_ipython_dir
- IPython.utils.path.get_ipython_module_path
- IPython.utils.path.get_ipython_package_dir
- IPython.utils.path.locate_profile
- IPython.utils.path.unquote_filename
- IPython.utils.py3compat.PY2
- IPython.utils.py3compat.PY3
- IPython.utils.py3compat.buffer_to_bytes
- IPython.utils.py3compat.builtin_mod_name
- IPython.utils.py3compat.cast_bytes
- IPython.utils.py3compat.getcwd
- IPython.utils.py3compat.isidentifier
- IPython.utils.py3compat.u_format

The following signatures differ between 7.x and 8.0:

- IPython.core.completer.IPCompleter.unicode_name_matches(self, text)
+ IPython.core.completer.IPCompleter.unicode_name_matches(text)

- IPython.core.completer.match_dict_keys(keys, prefix, delims)
+ IPython.core.completer.match_dict_keys(keys, prefix, delims, extra_prefix='None')

- IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShell.object_inspect_mime(self, oname, detail_level=0)
+ IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShell.object_inspect_mime(self, oname, detail_level=0, omit_sections='()')

- IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShell.set_hook(self, name, hook, priority=50, str_key='None', re_key='None', _warn_deprecated=True)
+ IPython.core.interactiveshell.InteractiveShell.set_hook(self, name, hook, priority=50, str_key='None', re_key='None')

- IPython.core.oinspect.Inspector.info(self, obj, oname='', formatter='None', info='None', detail_level=0)
+ IPython.core.oinspect.Inspector.info(self, obj, oname='', info='None', detail_level=0)

- IPython.core.oinspect.Inspector.pinfo(self, obj, oname='', formatter='None', info='None', detail_level=0, enable_html_pager=True)
+ IPython.core.oinspect.Inspector.pinfo(self, obj, oname='', formatter='None', info='None', detail_level=0, enable_html_pager=True, omit_sections='()')

- IPython.core.profiledir.ProfileDir.copy_config_file(self, config_file, path='None', overwrite=False)
+ IPython.core.profiledir.ProfileDir.copy_config_file(self, config_file, path, overwrite=False)

- IPython.core.ultratb.VerboseTB.format_record(self, frame, file, lnum, func, lines, index)
+ IPython.core.ultratb.VerboseTB.format_record(self, frame_info)

- IPython.terminal.embed.InteractiveShellEmbed.mainloop(self, local_ns='None', module='None', stack_depth=0, display_banner='None', global_ns='None', compile_flags='None')
+ IPython.terminal.embed.InteractiveShellEmbed.mainloop(self, local_ns='None', module='None', stack_depth=0, compile_flags='None')

- IPython.terminal.embed.embed(**kwargs)
+ IPython.terminal.embed.embed(*, header='', compile_flags='None', **kwargs)

- IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.TerminalInteractiveShell.interact(self, display_banner='<object object at 0xffffff>')
+ IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.TerminalInteractiveShell.interact(self)

- IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.TerminalInteractiveShell.mainloop(self, display_banner='<object object at 0xffffff>')
+ IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.TerminalInteractiveShell.mainloop(self)

- IPython.utils.path.get_py_filename(name, force_win32='None')
+ IPython.utils.path.get_py_filename(name)

The following are new attributes (that might be inherited):

+ IPython.core.completer.IPCompleter.unicode_names
+ IPython.core.debugger.InterruptiblePdb.precmd
+ IPython.core.debugger.Pdb.precmd
+ IPython.core.ultratb.AutoFormattedTB.has_colors
+ IPython.core.ultratb.ColorTB.has_colors
+ IPython.core.ultratb.FormattedTB.has_colors
+ IPython.core.ultratb.ListTB.has_colors
+ IPython.core.ultratb.SyntaxTB.has_colors
+ IPython.core.ultratb.TBTools.has_colors
+ IPython.core.ultratb.VerboseTB.has_colors
+ IPython.terminal.debugger.TerminalPdb.do_interact
+ IPython.terminal.debugger.TerminalPdb.precmd

The following attribute/methods have been removed:

- IPython.core.application.BaseIPythonApplication.deprecated_subcommands
- IPython.core.ultratb.AutoFormattedTB.format_records
- IPython.core.ultratb.ColorTB.format_records
- IPython.core.ultratb.FormattedTB.format_records
- IPython.terminal.embed.InteractiveShellEmbed.init_deprecation_warnings
- IPython.terminal.embed.InteractiveShellEmbed.init_readline
- IPython.terminal.embed.InteractiveShellEmbed.write
- IPython.terminal.embed.InteractiveShellEmbed.write_err
- IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.TerminalInteractiveShell.init_deprecation_warnings
- IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.TerminalInteractiveShell.init_readline
- IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.TerminalInteractiveShell.write
- IPython.terminal.interactiveshell.TerminalInteractiveShell.write_err
- IPython.terminal.ipapp.LocateIPythonApp.deprecated_subcommands
- IPython.terminal.ipapp.LocateIPythonApp.initialize_subcommand
- IPython.terminal.ipapp.TerminalIPythonApp.deprecated_subcommands
- IPython.terminal.ipapp.TerminalIPythonApp.initialize_subcommand