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Jupyter extension that contains a cell magic to execute WarpScript code

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Jupyter extension that consists in the cell magic %%warpscript that executes WarpScript code from Python.

To execute WarpScript code on a Warp 10 platform with this extension, the platform must embed the Py4J plugin. To enable FETCH, FIND, and FINDSTATS functions on this platform, set egress.clients.expose=true.

Warpscript code can also be executed locally (without a warp 10 platform) using --local/-l.

Additional resources:

  • Blog post presenting this extension.
  • Slides presented at a PyData meetup.

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