Commit 5019bf8a authored by vermeul's avatar vermeul
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Merge branch 'release/0.3.0'

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## jupyter-openbis-server 0.3.0
- removed fixed tornado version (5.1.1) to make it compatible with jupyter lab
## jupyter-openbis-server 0.2.1
- added description how to drop an existing openBIS connection
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This server is an extension to the Jupyter notebook server and is part of the `jupyter-openbis-extension` and `jupyterlab-openbis` notebook extensions. It uses the `pyBIS` module internally to communicate with openBIS and ommunicates with the notebook extensions via the built-in tornado webserver.
This extension has been successfully tested with Safari 12.0.3, Chrome 72.0 and Firefox 66.0. There is a known incompatibility before Firefox 61.0b13 with Tornado > 6.x (the webserver used by Jupyter). If you encounter such incompatibilities, try to downgrade to Tornado 5.1.1. However, Tornado 5.1.1 will not work with Jupyter Lab 3.
## Install the server extension
The server extension will be automatically installed when you install the Jupyter Notebook Extension (the «classic» Jupyter Notebook):
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"runtime": state.runtime,
"runtime_filename": state.runtime_filename
}
```
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```
name = 'jupyter-openbis-server.server'
__author__ = 'Swen Vermeul'
__email__ = 'swen@ethz.ch'
__version__ = '0.2.1'
__version__ = '0.3.0'
def _jupyter_server_extension_paths():
return [{
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setup(
name='jupyter-openbis-server',
version= '0.2.1',
version= '0.3.0',
author='Swen Vermeul | ID SIS | ETH Zürich',
author_email='swen@ethz.ch',
description='Server Extension for Jupyter notebooks to connect to openBIS and download/upload datasets, inluding the notebook itself',
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'jupyter',
'pybis>=1.14.5',
'numpy',
'tornado==5.1.1',
'tornado',
],
python_requires=">=3.3",
classifiers=[
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