# Imports
import subprocess
import sys
from IPython.lib.kernel import connect_qtconsole
from IPython.zmq.ipkernel import IPKernelApp
# Functions and classes
def pylab_kernel(gui):
    """Launch and return an IPython kernel with pylab support for the desired gui
    kernel = IPKernelApp.instance()
    kernel.initialize(['python', '--pylab=%s' % gui,
    return kernel
class InternalIPKernel(object):
    def init_ipkernel(self, backend):
        # Start IPython kernel with GUI event loop and pylab support
        self.ipkernel = pylab_kernel(backend)
        # To create and track active qt consoles
        self.consoles = []
        # This application will also act on the shell user namespace
        self.namespace = self.ipkernel.shell.user_ns
        # Keys present at startup so we don't print the entire pylab/numpy
        # namespace when the user clicks the 'namespace' button
        self._init_keys = set(self.namespace.keys())
        # Example: a variable that will be seen by the user in the shell, and
        # that the GUI modifies (the 'Counter++' button increments it):
        self.namespace['app_counter'] = 0
        #self.namespace['ipkernel'] = self.ipkernel  # dbg
    def print_namespace(self, evt=None):
        print("\n***Variables in User namespace***")
        for k, v in self.namespace.iteritems():
            if k not in self._init_keys and not k.startswith('_'):
                print('%s -> %r' % (k, v))
    def new_qt_console(self, evt=None):
        """start a new qtconsole connected to our kernel"""
        return connect_qtconsole(self.ipkernel.connection_file, profile=self.ipkernel.profile)
    def count(self, evt=None):
        self.namespace['app_counter'] += 1
    def cleanup_consoles(self, evt=None):
        for c in self.consoles: