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Add support for terminals on Windows #3087

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rgbkrk commented Nov 27, 2017

Sweet

if not default_shell and os.name == 'nt':
default_shell = 'cmd.exe'
shell = settings.get('shell_command',
[os.environ.get('SHELL', default_shell)]
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I tend to do defaults for environment variables like os.environ.get('SHELL') or default_shell, because setting an environment variable to the empty string is equivalent by convention to unsetting it.

@blink1073 blink1073 changed the title Add support for terminals on Windows [WIP] Add support for terminals on Windows Nov 27, 2017
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I'm going to hold off on this pending support for Python 2.7 on Windows. cf andfoy/pywinpty#75

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Up to you, but I'm happy for it to be a Python-3-only feature. Next year we might be looking at doing Notebook 6.0 and requiring Python 3, in any case.

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Already mostly done: cf jupyter/terminado#50

@blink1073 blink1073 changed the title [WIP] Add support for terminals on Windows Add support for terminals on Windows Nov 28, 2017
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Good to go

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Updated to use powershell on Windows if sh is not available, which is what VS Code uses.

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gnestor commented Dec 1, 2017

Thanks @blink1073!

@gnestor gnestor merged commit 7b8759f into jupyter:master Dec 1, 2017
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stonebig commented Dec 9, 2017

hi, I think I'm hitting this with Jupyterlab-0.30.5 / terminado-0.8.1 / Pywinpty-0.5.1... Could you do a release soon ?

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Sorry to bother.. I think I may encounter the same problem now, as I still could not open the terminal in the latest win10 64bit system. Besides, my environment situation lists below: Python3.6.4, jupyter notebook5.7.8, terminado0.8.2, and pywinpty0.5.5. The detailed problem is: Terminals not available (error was DLL load failed: %This is not a valid Win32 Application.

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