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Getting Started

  1. Get set up with Visual Studio Code insiders, Docker and remote extensions instructions here

  2. If on windows, set git to use LF line endings:

    git config --global core.autocrlf false
  3. Clone repo
  4. From Visual Studio Code Insiders, run the Remote-Containers: Open Folder in Container... and select the python-sample-anacondacontainer folder

  5. (Temporary) To get the Python Interactive window to work, install the insiders build of the extension following the instructions here.

Run some code!

Open and and run cells by pressing shift+enter.

To define additional dependencies, create an environment.yml file in the root and run the Remote-Containers: Rebuild Container... command.


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