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importing a specific libs prevent the output display

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As you can see on the image provided a normal jupyter-execute prints work but when I import my lib (sepal_ui), I get this strange display ending by "\n "}}}, "version_major": 2, "version_minor": 0}.

It seems related to but I don’t get how it is link to this repository. Did someone already experiment this error and can tell me what’s wrong in my lib ?


Capture d’écran 2021-09-10 à 15 25 13

steps to reproduce

create a new project:

mkdir docs
cd docs 

then update your environment with the sepal_uilib:

pip install sepal_ui


# [...]

extensions = [

# [...]

update index.rst:

.. jupyter-execute::
    print('hello ')

.. jupyter-execute::

    from sepal_ui import sepalwidgets as sw

build it and watch the produced single html page

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:10 (10 by maintainers)

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12rambaucommented, Sep 10, 2021

I would be happy to contribute !

A first and easy fix is the replace </script> by &lt/scrip>because it’s in the end the only one that can cause trouble but i don’t know if it can have any other consequences in the lib

12rambaucommented, Sep 10, 2021

from what I understand the only one that can interact is </script> as everything is included in a <script> tag. I experimented also with escape and it also work I’m just not sure it’s necessary.

For my small usecase it works and everything is displayed as expected on screen.


If the output cell include “<” or “>” I don’t think we want them to be escaped so a dedicated replace seems to be the safest to me.

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