[IPython-User] ipycli - command line support for notebooks
Thu Jul 12 12:17:16 CDT 2012
The backends could be ported to python fairly easily I think.
Sounds cool what's going on here!
On Thu, 2012-07-12 at 09:35 -0700, Brian Granger wrote:
> This is cool! As Matthias mentioned, we strongly want to make the
> notebook multi-directory aware. One aspect of this that I want to
> bring up is how to expose that in the UI. The most obvious way of
> doing it would be to implement a full blown directory browser that
> allows you to walk the filesystem in the browser and manage notebook
> in those directories. But I have always felt like it would be a ton
> of work to create a filesystem browser with a full set of features
> like moving, renaming, move folders, etc. Maybe we do need to do
> that, but I am wondering if there might be a better way of doing it.
> Your hack gives me some ideas...
> It is not like users will have notebooks in all of the directories.
> It is more like git - only certain directories will have notebooks.
> Let's call each of those directories a "project". In many cases, each
> of these projects would also be a git repo. What if we created a UI
> around this idea:
> * Add a new project dashboard that shows all of the users IPython
> project directories. When you click on one of them, you simply get
> the existing dashboard that shows the notebooks for that project.
> * In the project dashboard, there would be a "Add Project Directory"
> button that would allow a user to enter a valid path to a new project.
> * We could store the list of project directories in the config file
> for that profile and create a magic for managing them and also a cli
> ("ipython notebook project create")
> * Create a simple shell widget that allows users to do more complex
> things with the file system, etc. Why create an entire file system
> browser when ls/cd/etc work just fine.
> * Kernels for a project would be started in that project dir.
> * URLs would be prefixed by the project name.
> What do people think of this approach?
> On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 10:24 AM, Dale Jung <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Just wanted to share a project I started over the weekend. It's essentially
> > the IPython notebook modified to support arbitrary pathed notebooks and
> > directories. The idea being that you have one notebook server and add/create
> > notebooks from the command line.
> > The basic usage would be:
> > nb add-dir some_directory # add the directory to the list of notebook_dirs
> > nb note.ipynb # add a single notebook
> > ipycli has two types of notebooks. Those that come from notebook dirs, which
> > work like the normal Notebook except you can have multiple, and the pathed
> > notebooks which only list the added notebook.
> > Example:
> > nb add-dir hello
> > nb test4/wheee.ipynb
> > https://img.skitch.com/20120709-jeduufmwer7gseek6w3xu21xex.jpg
> > Caveats:
> > while ipycli doesn't require modifying your ipython install, it was only
> > tested again dev (@811283a)
> > The nb script in bin assumes that your ipycli server is running locally and
> > on port 8888. You can change that in the script.
> > I turned on the stable guids, which means the notebook_id is stable as long
> > as it's not renamed. I'm not sure what the implications of that are, but I'm
> > ignoring the comment warning for the sake of convenience… for now.
> > Dale Jung
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