python3-configis from a different python installation than your
which pythonshould point to the same directory
Nope, I use the virtualenv Python instead, just don't want it messed up local environment. I am trying to use polynote along with my demo on Spark and provide instruction for users to start using it. Using Docker although would work but I am looking for some out-of-box solution for users so they don't have to dive into configuration... Also my application will also use GPU, I am not sure if the docker env will have CUDA driver
yeah... the polynote docker image doesn't support CUDA... I think it's not that hard to build an image that works with CUDA, though (I have a WIP, but my nVidia GPU is on my Windows machine, and getting docker to play well with GPU's in windows is not trivial, so I gave up)
python3-config --ldflags -bash: python3-config: command not found
javathen I don't see why it wouldn't work (though I haven't tried)
javacommand that lets you run Polynote. If you don’t need Python support, you can just take a look at the output of the script once and then use that to run it next time.
#!/usr/bin/env bash # Standalone Scala usage for PolyNote jars="polynote.jar" for f in deps/*.jar do jars+=":$f" done java -cp $jars polynote.Main
-target:jvm-1.8probably ought to be there by default in the non-spark case, because even without Spark I think we still require JVM 1.8+
Error:Static methods in interface require -target:jvm-1.8 (Line 1)
scalacOptionsto align with sbt) that gets parsed into
scala.tools.nsc.settings.ScalaSettings(there is a method to do this somewhere...) and gets applied to the default
-target:jvm-1.8as a default setting would be a fine first step.