Installing repo2docker

repo2docker requires Python 3.5 and above on Linux and macOS. See below for more information about Windows support.

Prerequisite: Docker

Install Docker as it is required to build Docker images. The Community Edition, is available for free.

Recent versions of Docker are recommended. The latest version of Docker, 18.03, successfully builds repositories from binder-examples. The BinderHub helm chart uses version 17.11.0-ce-dind. See the helm chart for more details.

Installing with pip

We recommend installing repo2docker with the pip tool:

python3 -m pip install jupyter-repo2docker

for the latest release. To install the most recent code from the upstream repository, run:

python3 -m pip install https://github.com/jupyterhub/repo2docker/archive/master.zip

For information on using repo2docker, see Using repo2docker.

Installing from source code

Alternatively, you can install repo2docker from a local source tree, e.g. in case you are contributing back to this project:

git clone https://github.com/jupyterhub/repo2docker.git
cd repo2docker
python3 -m pip install -e .

That’s it! For information on using repo2docker, see Using repo2docker.

Windows support

Windows support for repo2docker is still in the experimental stage.

An article about using Windows and the WSL (Windows Subsytem for Linux or Bash on Windows) provides additional information about Windows and docker.