[Python-modules-team] Bug#847225: Your mail

Paride Legovini pl at ninthfloor.org
Wed Dec 7 11:45:19 UTC 2016

On Tue, 6 Dec 2016 17:56:22 +0100 Gordon Ball <gordon at chronitis.net> wrote:

> I have just run the example you provided on two different systems
> unfortunately without seeing what you saw - firefox/sid and
> chromium/yakkety. (You didn't specify if this was python or python3, but
> I would be surprised if that made a difference).

I'm using chromium on an up-to-date Debian sid, and it's python3.

> The ipywidgets warning should be unrelated. (Incidentially, ipywidgets
> is now also packaged, but the example you give shouldn't be affected by
> not having it installed).

OK, I had to install python3-widgetsnbextension. Perhaps
python3-jupyter-core or -client should Recommend: it?

> Things I can think of:
>  * are all the libjs packages up-to-date? (it is possible some
> dependencies should be more tightly versioned)

I'm using the latest version available in Debian sid.

>  * is there any javascript errors in the web console, or 404 errors in
> the network console? (expect to see a single 404 extension.js, since
> ipykernel doesn't provide any javascript extension)

The only 404 is extension.js. Other than this I'm getting a warning in
the console, but it seems unrelated:

actions jupyter-notebook:find-and-replace does not exist, still binding
it in case it will be defined later...

>  * can you use the firefox/chromium web inspector to identify the
> element appearing as a black square? (perhaps a missing image file?)

I already tried this, but I couldn't identify the square with the
chromium "Developer tools". I hope you'll be able to reproduce the issue
with chromium.


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