IPython notebook are great for development and visualzing data, however, in terms of code sharing and reusing they’re quite bad.
If you want to reuse your notebook as a program or import functionality into other modules, you have a problem. Yes, you can move your code into a separate module but then you loose then notebook interface and the ability to change it.
This package contains several utilities to reuse the code in your notebook without the need to export/convert it everytime.
To import a notebook into another module do the following:
import ipnb.importer import my_notebook
You can also run a notebook directly from the command line:
python -m ipnb.run /path/to/my_notebook.ipynb
Optionally specify ‘-s’ to print the source code to stderr before execution starts and ‘-d’ to debug the notebook. Currently the implementation will try to use PuDB and fallback to pdb
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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