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Jason Grout
@jasongrout
we've talked about it a lot at various times, especially in conjunction with simple mode.
clearly nothing was ever committed for it :)
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Steve Purves
@stevejpurves
Hi! I'm working on the library executablebooks/thebe where we currently have a CSS issue. Specifically the library imports "@jupyterlab/rendermime/style/index.css" in order to support correct rendering of cell outputs. This is causing issues, as importing this file in turn imports https://github.com/jupyterlab/jupyterlab/blob/master/packages/ui-components/style/base.css which contains css that affects high level selectors *, html, body, p, a etc... this is causing issues for downstream users of the lib. That file is subsequently imported into many other jupyterlab packages via jupyterlab/packages/cells/style/index.cssso those rules are duplicated. In any case that makes it difficult for a library like thebe to consume select packages from jupyterlab I wondered if anyone here was familiar with or had thoughts on this?
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Gilbert Brault
@gbrault
I face an issue with jupyter-server-proxy for Server Side Events (SSE). I have a server implementing SSE working if used direct, but when proxied by jupyter-server-proxy , it doesn't work. Any idea? Does jupyter-server-proxy support chunked responses?
Mithil Poojary
@Mithil467
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Is the User Preferences supposed to be empty by default on a fresh install? Or is it supposed to be filled by some predefined configs from code?
Jason Grout
@jasongrout
The system defaults for the plugin are listed to the left in the Advanced Settings editor. The user preferences override the system defaults. They are supposed to be empty on a fresh install.
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choldgraf
@choldgraf:matrix.org
[m]
does anybody know if the Voila community still has bi-weekly meetings? I was speaking to a group at EPFL who are heavy users of Voila, but had some questions about getting around a bug that has been blocking them for a bit. I was gonna suggest they jump in on a community meeting to see if others had ideas for how to resolve their problem, but I saw that the voila meeting notes hadn't been updated for about a year (https://voila-dashboards.github.io/). Is there a different space where people should go to interact with the Voila community?
Jason Grout
@jasongrout
@SylvainCorlay @jtpio ^ see Chris's comment above
choldgraf
@choldgraf:matrix.org
[m]
:point_up: Edit: does anybody know if the Voila community still has bi-weekly meetings? I was speaking to a group at EPFL who are heavy users of Voila, but had some questions about getting around a bug that has been blocking them for a bit (I think Voila is creating threads that aren't getting freed up or something). I was gonna suggest they jump in on a community meeting to see if others had ideas for how to resolve their problem, but I saw that the voila meeting notes hadn't been updated for about a year (https://voila-dashboards.github.io/). Is there a different space where people should go to interact with the Voila community?
Jeremy Tuloup
@jtpio
@choldgraf:matrix.org the voila calls have not been very active for the past few months (conflicting with another call for a couple of folks), but we should try to get it going again
and switch to a monthly meeting instead
Steven Silvester
@blink1073
Release day! I'll start 3.1.x once jupyterlab/jupyterlab#11028 is in
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Frédéric Collonval
@fcollonval
:tada:
choldgraf
@choldgraf:matrix.org
[m]
Ah thanks for the update Jeremy Tuloup . I'll just suggest that they continue posting in issues then
Mithil Poojary
@Mithil467
:tada:
sai-teja-unskript
@sai-teja-unskript
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i am unable to compile my jupyterlab with jlpm build,
this is the build script
"build": "jlpm run build:lib && jlpm run build:labextension:dev && python3 ./setup.py bdist_wheel && pip3 install -e ./",
but if i remove node modules and run npm install the compilation works,does anyone have an idea?
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sai-teja-unskript
@sai-teja-unskript
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how can i customize toolbar buttons (remove them or add a new button) on jupyterlab
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Jeremy Tuloup
@jtpio

Release day! I'll start 3.1.x once jupyterlab/jupyterlab#11028 is in

and the first RetroLab release fully done with the Jupyter Releaser! https://github.com/jupyterlab/retrolab/releases/tag/v0.3.5

Steven Silvester
@blink1073
Nice!
Mithil Poojary
@Mithil467
:tada:
Amit Chandak
@achandak123
Any way to enable Simple view by default in jupyterlab?
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Mithil Poojary
@Mithil467
I was able to run the galata test, but no report was generated. Is it only generated when run on github actions?
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We have disabled check xsrf here, but even then running jupyter lab --config jupyter_server_test_config.py is logging

[W 2021-09-09 10:16:17.003 ServerApp] 403 PUT /api/contents/test-jupyterlab-menus-Close-all-menus-jupyterlab-retry1 (127.0.0.1): '_xsrf' argument missing from POST [W 2021-09-09 10:16:17.003 ServerApp] '_xsrf' argument missing from POST

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Mithil Poojary
@Mithil467
I really love the way the releases are drafted, with the changelog and the contributors list for that particular release! How are these created?
Jeremy Tuloup
@jtpio
@Mithil467 they are generated with github-activity: https://github.com/executablebooks/github-activity
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the jupyter-releaser uses it
Angus Hollands
@agoose77:matrix.org
[m]
Hey all - I created a small post on Discourse to open a discussion up as to UX changes for JupyterLab. If anyone fancies chiming in with their thoughts, I'd be much obliged 🙂 https://discourse.jupyter.org/t/ux-improvements/10704
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Angus Hollands
@agoose77:matrix.org
[m]
I also have a thread on the notebook schema, but I don't want to just crosspost everything here!
Frédéric Collonval
@fcollonval
Since 6 hours no UI tests are passing, they all have the same errors linked to the debugger extension missing in the final built. Does anyone encounter that locally?
Jeremy Tuloup
@jtpio
@fcollonval I think it's related to the latest ipykernel release: ipython/ipykernel#770
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from the playwright report :point_up:
Frédéric Collonval
@fcollonval

Benchmark reporting is working: https://github.com/jupyterlab/jupyterlab/pull/11052#issuecomment-916778330

It will probably requires some improvement to be less invasive (I'm thinking of using details element). But the bad news is that the test machines are not homogeneous.

addamit
@addamit
Hello there -
Is there any jupyterlab extension example that shows how to add a webGL canvas widget. I checked Lumino widgets but seems I could not find one.
Can someone please point me to a sample extension that I could use as a starting point.
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Mohamed Ali Kammoun
@makammoun
Hello,
I'm writing multiple jupyterlab extensions. These extensions contain some front-end extensions and a server extension. I was wondering if it's possible to distribute them in a single python package, kinda like a suite of extensions all installed at once.
Is it possible to do such a thing? Thank you 🙂
3 replies
Steven Silvester
@blink1073
I'm planning to make 4.0.0ax and 3.1.x releases in a few hours
1 reply
Mithil Poojary
@Mithil467
:tada:
Jesús Marí Aguirre
@jmari
Why should debugged code be the same than the code within the editing box? "Code Editor out of Sync Please open your browser JavaScript console for bug report" . My Smalltalk Kernel is already working but I'm not able to flash the correct line because Pharo Smalltalk debugger "beautifies" the code before starting the debug session, so that debugger code is not exactly the same than your own code.... also in an Object Oriented environment it's very common to have different code in each stack so limiting code to just my own code is definitely a lack of possibilities, is there any way to avoid this message and simply not flashing the line if they are out of sync?
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Steven Silvester
@blink1073
I'm starting the 3.1.x release now. If all goes well this will be our first automated stable release
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Konstantin Taletskiy
@ktaletsk
Hi, are there any maintainers of jupyterlab-latex here? Could somebody take a look at my PR here: jupyterlab/jupyterlab-latex#171 It's been reviewed earlier and should be ready to merge, but I'm ready to address comments or issues if it is not ready
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Tradefeedr
@tradefeedr_twitter
Hi all! Has anybody used RTC in jupyterlab
if so any feedback
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Angus Hollands
@agoose77:matrix.org
[m]
Does anyone here have any thoughts about generalising the Notebook format to support a richer set of cell types? I started writing up my thoughts on this on Discourse but the concept that I proposed isn't quite right. I doubt that I'm the only person to think along these lines, so I am curious to hear other's ideas.
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Steven Silvester
@blink1073
I'm cutting a 4.0.0ax release now to test some recent changes to Jupyter Releaser
Jesús Marí Aguirre
@jmari
Regarding the sequence of messages sent in jupyterlab on click in a different scope, you ask firt for source code always with sourceRef =0. And then for scope so that I am not able to show the correct source. Why you dont ask for the sourceRef=scopeId and then scope, if so i could be able to show the correct code (code depends on scope in my case) or change the order of the sequence, firt ask for scope and then for source, in that way I will set the correct code in the scope message request...i think you need this in many oop languages
sai-teja-unskript
@sai-teja-unskript
is there anyway to control the scrollbar, as i insert the code (suppose 10 lines) into cell, the scrollbar moves down and i suppose it points to the last line of cell, but my scenario is to point it to the intial point where it was, can anyone have idea on this?