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Simple example kernel for Jupyter

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echo_kernel is a simple example of a Jupyter kernel. This repository complements the documentation on wrapper kernels here:

To install echo_kernel from PyPI:

pip install echo_kernel
python -m echo_kernel.install

The New menu in the notebook should show an option for an Echo notebook. To use it with the console frontends, add --kernel echo to their command line arguments.

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