Utility to turn IPython scripts into Jupyter Notebook format. Forked from py2nb project.
Features after forking:
- New token recognized for code cells, defined by
#%%, used in Spyder and PyCharm scientific mode.
Original source repo readme follows...
PY2NB: Python To Notebook Converter
This is a small utility for turning python scripts into jupyter notebooks and convert module-level multiline (triple quote) string literals into markdown cells.
I wanted a tool to create user examples that can be executed as normal python scripts so that they can be copy-and-pasted easily and can be rendered as notebook for better readability (e.g nice styling, results embedded).
- Notebooks are nice to look at but slow to write
- Notebooks does not play well with version control
python setup.py install
To convert a python script into a notebook:
python -m py2nb input.py output.ipynb
Additional commandline not from this package
Execute a notebook:
ipython nbconvert --to=notebook --execute input.ipynb
Convert a notebook to a HTML:
ipython nbconvert --to=html input.ipynb
See "samples" directory.
tokenize (builtin tokenizer library) for tokenization.
String literals with triple quote at column zero are converted into a comment
token with special
<codecell> to feed into the python
importer in IPython version 3. The processed tokens are untokenized using the
tokenize module so that untouched line looks exactly the same as the input.
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