ob-async enables asynchronous execution of org-babel src blocks,
ob-async isn't tied to src blocks in a specific org-babel
language. Simply add the keyword
:async to the header-args of any
org-babel src block and invoke
ob-async is available in MELPA. If you'd rather install from source,
ob-async.el is on your
load-path, like this.
(add-to-list 'load-path "$PATH_TO_OB_ASYNC_ROOT_DIR")
Require the package and install
as a ctrl-c ctrl-c hook. Now
ob-async will handle any source block
:async in its header-args.
(require 'ob-async) (add-to-list 'org-ctrl-c-ctrl-c-hook 'ob-async-org-babel-execute-src-block)
Cask manages dependencies and runs tests. Once Cask is installed, you can
First, go through the troubleshooting checklist,
troubleshooting.org. It's an org-mode file in this repository that's designed to diagnose issues with ob-async. If that doesn't solve your problem, include a copy of the entire file (which will include your
#+RESULTS blocks) in a Github issue.