workbook : Notebook-like interaction with R etc.
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|The long-term goal of this plugin is to provide notebook-like interaction with
interpreted languages similar to the Mathematica or Jupyter (within the limits
of a text editor like vim).
- Run an interpreter as an inferior process.
- Send code to this process (asynchronously without blocking vim).
- Insert (or dynamically update) the results into the source code (as
commented out block below the respective source code).
- Transcribe the interaction with the interpreter.
- Provide code completion (see 'omnifunc') for supported filetypes.
How to use this plugin~
- Open a file with a supported filetype (see below or
- Type |:Workbook| or add the filetype to
|g:workbook_autosetup_filetypes| to automatically enable the workbook
mode for the specified filetypes.
- Press <c-cr> to evaluate the current paragraph.
- Press <localleader>w<F1> for help on other commands and maps.
The following filetypes are supported~
- R (supports code completion)
- sh (default: bash)
Currenty, the main use case is to interact with R. Other than other
well-known R-related vim plugins, the workbook plugin has no non-vim
dependencies and works at least on Linux and Windows with no problems.
The vim and the bash backend are mostly there to get the code right.
|Either use the zip archive:
- Download the zip archive
- Extract it to ~/.vim/pack/tml/start/workbook
or install from github:
- Start a terminal
- Change the working directory to ~/.vim/pack/tml/start/
- Type: git clone https://github.com/tomtom/workbook_vim
NOTE: On Windows, ~/.vim might be ~/vimfiles. Please see 'runtimepath' for
This script requires tlib (vimscript #1863) to be installed -- see
Click on the package to download.
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||- Script ID
- vim_raw, vim_nl: NEW wait_after_startup property
- Command-line completion for :Workbook
- Proper error for unsupported filetypes
- g:workbook#map_evalblock: Block expression is configurable
- Improve maps & movements
- Misc enhancements + exprimental filetypes
- FIX fsharp
- Experimental support for scala
- workbook#OmniComplete: Always include omnifunc results if available
- Slightly improved: f#, scala
- Eval: always wrap code
- r: use save & restore by default; support for codetools::checkUsage(), formatR::tidy_source()
- FIX maps; FIX rmd support; FIX R support for formatR
- Misc enhancements: Improved Rmarkdown (rmd) support etc.
- Support for ruby
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