[IPython-dev] Using sphinx to evaluate notebook cells?

Matthias Bussonnier bussonniermatthias at gmail.com
Wed Oct 23 04:11:20 EDT 2013


I'm not aware of such a plugin.
Definitively interested as we want our doc as notebook in IPython too.

Have a look at runipy (Google is your friend, and is on pypi iirc). It runs notebook headless and generate static HTML from that. 
Having a nbconvert preprocessor that run notebook would also be great!

(Sorry no direct link, from my phone)

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> Le 23 oct. 2013 à 02:41, Nathan Goldbaum <nathan12343 at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> Myself and some of the other yt devs are thinking about ways to improve cookbook section of our documentation by replacing the scripts we currently host with notebooks.
> Since some of our cookbook recipes store plots, we'd like to track these notebooks in version control in an unevaluated state, mainly to avoid versioning images.  We have a CI server that already builds our cookbook recipes for our dev docs, so something that integrates with sphinx seems to be the way to go. I think I could write a sphinx plugin that does the job, but it would need to use whatever machinery IPython uses when notebook cells get evaluated.  
> Does anyone know if such a plugin is available somewhere?  If not, does anyone know where I should look in the IPython codebase for when I try to write it myself?
> Thanks for your help,
> -Nathan
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