What Curt says is true if you just start the jupyter notebook and import
the RDKit.
However, if you also import the Jupyter integration (using "from
rdkit.Chem.Draw import IPythonConsole"), then you should also see the C++
error messages and warnings show up in the console:
[image: Inline image 1]

This may not work on Windows (which is another problem, please let us know
if it doesn't), but it definitely ought to work on Linux and the Mac.


On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 5:38 PM, Curt Fischer <curt.r.fisc...@gmail.com>

> I ran it in jupyter via browser. Both docker/ubuntu and windows were
>> tested and found that jupyter won't give error. Ipython or python in
>> terminal(cmd) would show this error.
> That problem is related to how Jupyter interacts with python kernels.
> It's not an RDKit issue.  If you check the terminal that you used to launch
> the jupyter notebook process, the error/warning that you are talking about
> is probably displayed there rather than in the Jupyter notebook.
> Curt
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