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Jupyter kernel for SpringRTS

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SpringRTS IPython kernel for Jupyter notebooks

Run Spring code remotely via Jupyter notebooks. 4X: explore, experiment, extend and execute.

For usage docs see %help and %lsmagic inside the notebook.


Obtain a writable Python environment (virtualenv is suggested).

Install with pip: ` pip install spring-kernel `

Install the kernel (you probably want to include –user): ` jupyter spring_kernel install --user `

Install the widget and gadget to your Spring project. Copy spring-kernel to your project’s libs folder, and then copy the api_spring_kernel_load.lua to the LuaUI/widgets and LuaRules/gadgets folders.


Start your Spring project, and then start the jupyter notebook with: ` jupyter notebook `

You can then create SpringRTS kernel notebooks in the browser.

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