Changes in Jupyter Client

5.0

5.0.0

5.0.0 on GitHub

New features:

  • Introduce jupyter run command for running scripts with a kernel, for instance:

    jupyter run --kernel python3 myscript.py
    
  • New method BlockingKernelClient.execute_interactive() for running code and capturing or redisplaying its output.

  • New KernelManager.shutdown_wait_time configurable for adjusting the time for a kernel manager to wait after politely requesting shutdown before it resorts to forceful termination.

Fixes:

  • Set sticky bit on connection-file directory to avoid getting cleaned up.
  • jupyter_client.launcher.launch_kernel() passes through additional options to the underlying Popen, matching KernelManager.start_kernel().
  • Check types of buffers argument in Session.send(), so that TypeErrors are raised immediately, rather than in the eventloop.

Changes:

  • In kernelspecs, if the executable is the string python (as opposed to an absolute path), sys.executable will be used rather than resolving python on PATH. This should enable Python-based kernels to install kernelspecs as part of wheels.
  • kernelspec names are now validated. They should only include ascii letters and numbers, plus period, hyphen, and underscore.

Backward-incompatible changes:

  • datetime objects returned in parsed messages are now always timezone-aware. Timestamps in messages without timezone info are interpreted as the local timezone, as this was the behavior in earlier versions.

4.4

4.4.0

4.4 on GitHub

  • Add KernelClient.load_connection_info() on KernelClient, etc. for loading connection info directly from a dict, not just from files.
  • Include parent headers when adapting messages from older protocol implementations (treats parent headers the same as headers).
  • Compatibility fixes in tests for recent changes in ipykernel.

4.3

4.3.0

4.3 on GitHub

  • Adds --sys-prefix argument to jupyter kernelspec install, for better symmetry with jupyter nbextension install, etc.

4.2

4.2.2

4.2.2 on GitHub

  • Another fix for the start_new_kernel() issue in 4.2.1 affecting slow-starting kernels.

4.2.1

4.2.1 on GitHub

  • Fix regression in 4.2 causing start_new_kernel() to fail while waiting for kernels to become available.

4.2.0

4.2.0 on GitHub

  • added jupyter kernelspec remove for removing kernelspecs
  • allow specifying the environment for kernel processes via the env argument
  • added name field to connection files identifying the kernelspec name, so that consumers of connection files (alternate frontends) can identify the kernelspec in use
  • added KernelSpecManager.get_all_specs() for getting all kernelspecs more efficiently
  • various improvements to error messages and documentation

4.1

4.1.0

4.1.0 on GitHub

Highlights:

  • Setuptools fixes for jupyter kernelspec
  • jupyter kernelspec list includes paths
  • add KernelManager.blocking_client()
  • provisional implementation of comm_info requests from upcoming 5.1 release of the protocol

4.0

The first release of Jupyter Client as its own package.