[IPython-dev] Default Kernel for Jupyter
john at omernik.com
Mon Feb 9 17:11:19 EST 2015
Derp, I got it, I had to create a new profile, and then copy the .py
files into the default. (you may question why I am using the default
like that, and it's mainly because I can't figure out how to tell
jupyterhub to use a specific profile)
On Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 4:05 PM, John Omernik <john at omernik.com> wrote:
> No, using Python2 just because of the comfortable syntax and that's
> what the data science team uses. I guess I could encourage it, but
> it's frustrating for the data guys who just want things to be easy an
> intuitive :)
> With ipython (jupyter) I don't have a jupyter command, so I figured
> that the command is actualy ipython notebook --help-all? Should I
> just set the profile for each user to use python2? I guess, here's a
> dumb question, how do we set profile config items in Ipython3? I don't
> see the py file in the profile_default, just a sqllite file. (*feels
> dumb right now)
> On Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 3:57 PM, Matthias Bussonnier
> <bussonniermatthias at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Le 9 févr. 2015 à 12:34, John Omernik <john at omernik.com> a écrit :
>>> As I am opening my old iPython notebooks for 2.3 in Jupyter, it's
>>> converting them to the format, but sometimes it changes the kernel to
>>> python3. We were using all Python2, and that's what I'd like to keep
>>> using in Jupyter. Is there away to set a default Kernel to be Python2,
>>> both for new notebooks and converted notebooks?
>> $ jupyter notebook --help-all
>> MappingKernelManager options
>> Default: 'python3'
>> The name of the default kernel to start
>> So c.MappingKernelManager.default_kernel_name='python2'
>> Or equivalent should work for you.
>> Have you still considered migrating to Python 3 ?
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