Strips outputs from Jupyter and IPython notebooks
Opens a notebook, strips its output, and writes the outputless version to the original file.
Useful mainly as a git filter or pre-commit hook for users who don’t want to track output in VCS.
This does mostly the same thing as the Clear All Output command in the notebook UI.
Based on https://gist.github.com/minrk/6176788.
Strip output from IPython / Jupyter notebook (modifies the files in-place):
nbstripout FILE.ipynb [FILE2.ipynb ...]
Force processing of non .ipynb files:
nbstripout -f FILE.ipynb.bak
Use as part of a shell pipeline:
FILE.ipynb | nbstripout > OUT.ipynb
Set up the git filter and attributes as described in the manual installation instructions below:
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Manual filter installation
Set up a git filter using nbstripout as follows:
git config filter.nbstripout.clean '/path/to/nbstripout' git config filter.nbstripout.smudge cat git config filter.nbstripout.required true
Create a file .gitattributes or .git/info/attributes with:
Mercurial does not have the equivalent of smudge filters. One can use an encode/decode hook but this has some issues. An alternative solution is to provide a set of commands that first run nbstripout, then perform there operations. This is the approach of the [mmf-setup package](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/mmf-setup) which uses the 0.2.x branch of nbstripout:
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