I’m trying to set up a webpage that runs interactive C++ code. I have access to a kubernetes cluster with binderhub installed through helm. I would like xeus-cling to be enabled by default for all notebooks requested from the binderhub server. Is there a reasonable way of doing this?
I’ve been looking at the helm configuration of jupyterhub but don’t see anything suitable. It seems to be possible to install xeus-cling for a user by launching binderhub at the repostiory https://github.com/jupyter-xeus/xeus-cling. This seems like an inefficient solution to me, since the installation will be included in every user’s notebook, and will need to be reinstalled if there is a change to the repository.