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A Jupyter Notebook %%magic to quickly edit and run source code

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# Jupyter Source Magic

A Jupyter Notebook %%magic to quickly edit and run source code.

  • Both saves and evaluates source code when cell is run
  • Accepts and evaluates other cell magic annotations, without saving them
  • Deals with existing files and monitors external changes

Disclaimer

This is an experimental project. Use at your own risk.

Usage

Load extension inside a Jupyter notebook:

` %load_ext jupytersourcemagic `

Add code with Cell magic:

` %%source path/to/source.py # code to run `

Run to save and evaluate.

Examples

Save and run a script:

` %%source path/to/source.py print('hello') `

Load an existing source to edit.

` %loadsource path/to/source.py ## when run, cell contents will be replaced with path/to/source.py `

Handle other cell magic annotations:

` %%source path/to/source.sh %%bash echo 'hello' `

Help

Display usage and configuration options:

` %%source? `

Installation

Install and activate dependencies:

Then:

$ pip install jupyter-source-magic

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