[IPython-dev] plugin for Sublime Text editor
Mon Feb 3 18:01:56 CST 2014
You might be interested in a couple of similar plugins:
On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at 3:53 PM, Nezar Alexander Abdennur <email@example.com>wrote:
> Hello devs,
> First time caller, occasional listener (...just another procrastinating
> grad student :p) . I would first of all, just like to thank you for all
> your great work! IPython is a wonderful tool!
> So, I'm not much of a vim or emacs person (yet!), but I do enjoy using
> SublimeText as a general purpose editor. It's sexy and cross-platform.
> Though, one thing I missed from my old work flows in Matlab was to be able
> to evaluate small code snippets between double-comment tags -- similar to
> notebook cells but without the output being embedded in the document. So I
> wrote a small plugin to do just that with Sublime. I thought I would share.
> Any feedback or ideas are more than welcome!
> It's really just a little hack: the plugin opens a default python or a
> virtualenv python subprocess to connect to an existing kernel instance and
> execute the cell code. Right now, the script runs on the editor's main
> thread, but I've got a nonblocking version in development on a separate
> One issue I ran into is that I can't figure out how to obtain the stdout
> when I send code over the execute wire so that, e.g. I can display the
> output of print statements either in the text editor's console or, better
> yet, in the terminal console. Is this possible?
> I actually got a chance to meet and talk to Fernando briefly at a data
> science symposium at Harvard just over a week ago, and he encouraged me to
> ping the mailing list. He also pointed me to the very similar vim-ipython
> project, which I'll definitely be taking a look at for inspiration! :)
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