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rusti with Jupyter #43

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dashesy opened this Issue Aug 5, 2015 · 8 comments

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dashesy commented Aug 5, 2015

I want to learn rust but in the context of data processing, and rusti looks like the way to go.

Do you have any plans to support a kernel for iPython like this?
It should at least make some common problems (readline, zmq, history, ...) easier, and a full integration means we can write notebooks that can run as examples on the web, look at some .ipynb files in this nice project.

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murarth commented Aug 5, 2015

I'm not familiar with IPython or Jupyter, but this looks like a pretty straightforward project.
I'll definitely give it a look and see what I can do.

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mseri commented Aug 31, 2015

+1 for this

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octplane commented Mar 24, 2016

I've started playing with https://crates.io/crates/jupyter-kernel and your project. One thing that's missing is to declare rusti in crates so that proper dependency declaration can be done :)

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ghost commented Apr 24, 2017

I'm a jupyter user, I'd like to test this and give you feedback if you like

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xavier83 commented Aug 12, 2017

Any update on this?

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murarth commented Aug 12, 2017

@xavier83: I'm not planning to implement any new features for rusti in light of the fact that the execution API is no longer supported by the Rust compiler (and the last working nightly is now just over one year old).

I'd still like very much to bring rusti back in line with the latest compiler releases, but the way to achieving that is not clear at this time. (See #86 for some discussion on that matter.)

That said, I can't speak for any of the other commentors here. If any of them would like to submit a PR, I would review and consider merging it. But, for the above reasons, I wouldn't blame them if they'd lost motivation to work on this, given its current state.

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antonkulaga commented Jun 13, 2018

+1 Also want Rust kernel for Jupyter!

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HadrienG2 commented Sep 26, 2018

There is now another Rust REPL project that somehow managed to work on more recent compiler releases and support Jupyter. Probably it could be used for inspiration or joined forces with.

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