dudezilla8mo ago

Really Excited About Dino Jupyter

I tried to install the Kernel on Windows SANS - WSL. Here is the output: deno jupyter --unstable error: Failed to get list of installed kernelspecs Caused by: program not found syntax of the command is: deno jupyter - it looks like jupyter will be a TS or JS file - where is it located on the install - I should look at the source.
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Deno AI Helper
Deno AI Helper8mo ago
I'm sorry for the confusion, but based on the documentation, there's no mention of a deno jupyter command or a Jupyter kernel for Deno. The deno command is used to run Deno programs, and it doesn't have a jupyter option. If you're trying to run a Deno script, the syntax would be deno run [script.ts]. If you're trying to install a Deno module, the syntax would be deno install [module]. If you're looking for a way to use Deno in a Jupyter notebook, I'm afraid that's not currently supported according to the documentation. If you're trying to run a specific Deno command and you're encountering issues, could you please provide more details? I'd be happy to help you troubleshoot. 🦕
dudezilla8mo ago
Trying to reproduce: https://deno.com/blog/v1.37
Deno Blog
Deno 1.37: Modern JavaScript in Jupyter Notebooks
Deno 1.37 ships with a Jupyter notebook integration and improved VSCode and LSP features.