Opens ipynb files on click. Reuses existing jupyter instance if possible.
Opens ipynb files on double-click
winbopen looks for the nearest running notebook server - if it finds one, it opens a web browser to that notebook. If not, it starts a new notebook server in that directory.
Installation on Windows:
pip install winbopen --no-binary winbopen
double-click on ipynb
If you're not on Windows, or double-clicking does not work run: `2
python3 -m nbopen.install_xdg
- Mac: Clone the repository and run
python -m nbopen.install_win
NB --no-binary is necessary to let the installer write to windows registry. Binary wheels do not support post-install hooks.
This is a fork of Thomas Kluyver's nbopen focused on Windows platform with the following improvements:
- one-line installation
- original nbopen stops working at a certain point of time - this bug is fixed
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