You are doing the right things: `pip install -e .` once and `npm run build`
to update js/css should be all you need.

If all of those changes aren't showing up, it leads me to think that
perhaps a different installation of the notebook is actually in use. This
can happen sometimes when mixing anaconda and pip. Try running `pip
uninstall notebook` (repeatedly, until it says you don't have it anymore).
Then try starting again with `pip install -e .`.

-Min



On Thu, Apr 20, 2017 at 1:49 AM, Adam Rule <acr...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I just tried switching back to master, making changes, and rerunning 'pip
> install -e .' and 'npm run build' and my changes are still not showing up.
> I also uninstalled any version of jupyter notebook I had using "pip
> uninstall notebook" in case there was a conflict with the version I had
> already downloaded, and still no luck. Even tried "git clean -xfd" before
> 'pip install -e .' and 'npm run build' and my changes are still not showing
> up.
>
> I have also tried changing some of the template HTML (i.e. notebook.html)
> for immediately visible changes to how menus are named, and no luck.
>
>
> On Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 4:38:55 PM UTC-7, Adam Rule wrote:
>>
>> Could it be something with my branches? For example, I have a development
>> branch I'm working on, but could "pip install -e ." be pulling from master?
>>
>> On Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 3:00:07 PM UTC-7, Adam Rule wrote:
>>>
>>> I am attempting to change actions.js and notebook.js so that the three
>>> paste items in the Edit menubar call a paste action rather than the paste
>>> function directly (issue #2415
>>> <https://github.com/jupyter/notebook/issues/2415>).
>>>
>>> I have run "pip install -e ." in the folder containing the forked and
>>> cloned code and I do have node and npm installed have been running "npm
>>> run build" every time I may changes to the .js or .css codebase.
>>>
>>> When I run "which jupyter notebook" in my terminal I get "
>>> /anaconda/bin/jupyter" when I would have expected it to point to where
>>> I have the cloned code (e.g. ~/Code/notebook). Do I have the wrong mental
>>> model of where the code is being executed from?
>>>
>>> On Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 1:38:12 PM UTC-7, takowl wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi Adam,
>>>>
>>>> Do you have the necessary Javascript tools set up to rebuild Javascript
>>>> and CSS if you're changing those pieces?
>>>> http://jupyter-notebook.readthedocs.io/en/latest/contributing.html
>>>>
>>>> Changes to frontend stuff are also sometimes hidden by the browser
>>>> cache. Usually pressing Ctrl-F5 a few times is enough to clear the cache,
>>>> but if not, other tricks include trying with a different browser from
>>>> normal, opening it in private/incognito mode, or starting the notebook
>>>> server on a different port from the default 8888 (e.g. --port 8931).
>>>>
>>>> Thomas
>>>>
>>>> On 19 April 2017 at 19:56, Adam Rule <acr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I'm attempting to Contribute
>>>>> <https://github.com/jupyter/notebook/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.rst> to
>>>>> the Notebook and have followed the instructions
>>>>> <https://jupyter.readthedocs.io/en/latest/developer-docs/contrib_guide_code.html>
>>>>> for forking, branching, and making changes to the codebase.
>>>>>
>>>>> However, when I run `jupyter notebook` in my terminal, it seems to
>>>>> still launch my previously installed version of the notebook software, not
>>>>> the modified version I've downloaded and am editing. How do I run this
>>>>> modified version so I can visually check that my changes are producing the
>>>>> behavior I expect?
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