[IPython-User] Hook to add alternative notebook manager
Wed Jul 18 11:22:07 CDT 2012
> I take it that mysql was installed with django? I’m
> mystified about how to set INSTALLED_APPS and start the django server. Oh,
> in windows as well as linux if possible.
This is getting a bit off topic for this list, but anyway...
MySQL was almost certainly not installed with Django - you'll need to
install a package (linux) or d/l an exe or standalone package for
windows (it's been a while since I installed MySQL on windows, but as I
recall the exe didn't work for me, so I downloaded the package and set
things up manually, which was slightly less than trivial). You'll also
need MySQLdb - again there should be a package for linux (python-mysqldb
on ubuntu IIRC). For windows, you'll want to grab Christopher Golke's
distribution rather than trying to set up the sourceforge code:
On 7/17/2012 9:49 PM, Brian Granger wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 8:17 PM, Toby Burnett<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Thank you!
>> This is exactly the sort of thing I’ve been waiting for, as I watch the list
>> of my notebooks grow, and often wish to have access to earlier versions,
>> included their output! Also hoping for a sensible way to share notebooks
>> with my students.
> This doesn't quite provide what you are wanting, but it moves in that
> direction. Look forward to see how you end up using it.
>> I’ve installed the updated version of IPython 0.14dev and your manager Ok,
>> and django of course. But I’d appreciate dummy’s style hints on how to
>> actually start using it. I take it that mysql was installed with django? I’m
>> mystified about how to set INSTALLED_APPS and start the django server. Oh,
>> in windows as well as linux if possible.
> I have no idea on how to handle the Django side of things. But to
> enable your notebook manager and configure it, you should add lines
> like this to your ipython_notebook_config.py file:
> # This picks which nb manager is used:
> c.NotebookApp.notebook_manager_class =
> # This configures that nb manager:
> c.AzureNotebookManager.account_name = u'mynotebooks'
> c.AzureNotebookManager.account_key = u'paste_your_key_here'
> c.AzureNotebookManager.container = u'notebooks'
>> --Toby Burnett
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