Thomas
Thomas4mo ago

How to install jupyter using deno v1.41.x

According to the documentation https://docs.deno.com/runtime/manual/tools/jupyter the command should be deno jupyter --unstable --instal. This leads to an error because --unstable no longer exists. But apparently there is also no flag named --unstable-jupyter? Is this a bug?
3 Replies
marvinh.
marvinh.4mo ago
Does running it without any unstable commands work? We might have forgotten to update the documentation
Thomas
Thomas4mo ago
My mistake. The "--unstable" flag is not necessary. If you execute the command without "--unstable", you get the following warning:
Warning "deno jupyter" is unstable and might change in the future.
Warning "deno jupyter" is unstable and might change in the future.
If you execute the command with "--unstable", you will receive the following warning:
⚠️ The `--unstable` flag is deprecated and will be removed in Deno 2.0. Use granular `--unstable-*` flags instead.
Learn more at: https://docs.deno.com/runtime/manual/tools/unstable_flags
Warning "deno jupyter" is unstable and might change in the future.
⚠️ The `--unstable` flag is deprecated and will be removed in Deno 2.0. Use granular `--unstable-*` flags instead.
Learn more at: https://docs.deno.com/runtime/manual/tools/unstable_flags
Warning "deno jupyter" is unstable and might change in the future.
But my mistake was that I forgot to install JupyterLab. In the end everything seems to be correct.
victor-shelepen
victor-shelepen2mo ago
I have the same error. The jupyter lab works. The deno jupyter kernel is not installed.