Passing flags, like
--flag, sets them to true. Use
--flag=false (note the
= sign) to set them to false.
Prints the available options and exits.
Has to be passed to install the kernel.
Erase a previously installed kernel with the same ID.
Set the kernel id, like
--id custom-id. This id is used to construct the path where this kernel's spec is going to be installed. Use like
Set the displayed name for this kernel. This is the name that appears in the Jupyter menus, etc. Use like
--display-name "Scala (2.12)"
Whether to install this kernel system-wide or not.
System-wide kernels get installed under
/usr/local/share/jupyter/kernels (Linux and OS X). User-wide ones (default) under
~/.local/share/jupyter/kernels (Linux) or
Path to your Jupyter kernels directory, i.e.
Path to a 64 x 64 PNG file. Set to an empty string to remove the default logo, like
--logo "". (Defaults to a scala logo embedded with the kernel.)
Customize the command to spawn the kernel.
By default, it is assumed coursier or a coursier launcher is involved during the installation. This allows to get the command that spawns the kernel for install. (Actual executable is located via the
coursier.mainJar Java property, and its arguments via
coursier.main.arg-1, ... Java properties.) This command is then used to later start actual kernels.
To override that behavior, pass
--arg allows to pass each argument individually, like
--arg "/path to/executable" --arg first-arg --arg second-arg
--command allows to pass a command as a whole, like
--command "/path/to/executable first-arg second-arg"
which is latter split at space chars.
Whether to copy the kernel launcher in the kernel installation directory.
Default: true if
--command aren't specified, false else.
Run some code right before the session starts. Makes the kernel start fail if the predef doesn't compile or throws an exception. Use like
--predef-code " import scala.collection.JavaConverters._ "
Add some Maven repositories right when a kernel starts. (
~/.ivy2/local and Maven Central are added by default.) Use like
--extra-repository https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots --extra-repository sonatype:staging
Sets the kernel log level. Can be any of
Whether to ask front-ends to send interrupt messages via SIGINT (default) or a zeromq message.
Add extra messages to the banner of this kernel (shown via Help > About in Jupyter classic). Use like
--banner " Extra info Some more "
Add entries to the Help menu (Jupyter classic). Use like
--link "https://github.com|GitHub" --link "https://google.com|Google"