# burakbayramli/emacs-ipython

emacs plug-in to run python code inside tex or markdown
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## DESCRIPTION

emacs-ipython connects to an in-process ipython / Jupyter kernel, executes notebook code, and displays the results automatically in a LaTeX or Markdown buffer.

## INSTALLATION

First install Pymacs - https://github.com/pinard/Pymacs. Build, install. In your .emacs add the snippet below. The code can seem excessive, but the extra stuff was needed to be able to detect if I am in an .md or .tex buffer so we can load the right module, also set the right tempo template functions.

(defun reload-pymacs()
(interactive)
(if (buffer-live-p (get-buffer "*Pymacs*" ))
(kill-buffer (get-buffer "*Pymacs*")))
(message (buffer-file-name (current-buffer)))
;;
;; load tex or md mode based on the extension
(if (equal (file-name-extension (buffer-file-name (current-buffer))) "tex")
(progn
(pymacs-load "[INSTALL DIR]/ipython-tex")
(global-set-key "\M-," 'ipython-tex-run-py-code)
(global-set-key [f5] 'ipython-tex-complete-py)
(tempo-define-template
"tex-listings-python"
'("\\begin{minted}[fontsize=\\footnotesize]{python}\n"
(s)
"\n\\end{minted}\n"
)
"")
))
(if (equal (file-name-extension (buffer-file-name (current-buffer))) "md")
(progn
(pymacs-load "[INSTALL DIR]/ipython-md")
(global-set-key "\M-," 'ipython-md-run-py-code)
(global-set-key [f5] 'ipython-md-complete-py)
(tempo-define-template
"tex-listings-python"
'("python\n"
(s)
"\n\n"
)
"")
))

)

(global-set-key [f1] 'tempo-template-tex-listings-python)
(global-set-key [f11] 'reload-pymacs)


Install grip if you want to generate html out of your markdown.

grip test.md --export out.html


## FEATURES

• When you are in \begin{minted} and \end{minted} blocks, or its equivalent in markdown, simply click on M-, or call 'ipython-tex-run-py-code, and all code in that block will be sent to a ipython kernel and the result will be displayed underneath. Results will be placed in \begin{verbatim}, \end{verbatim} blocks right next to the code, with one space in between. If a verbatim blocks already exists there, it will be refreshed. If not, it will be added.

• If on \inputminted{python}{file.py} block, code will be loaded from script filename between the curly braces. Results outputted as described above.

• If plt.show() is detected in code block, it will be replaced with plt.savefig(..) command and a \includegraphics LaTeX command will be added in the TeX buffer, same for Markdown. How do we determine which image file name to generate? All previous code in buffer is scanned for plt.savefig(..) commands, say there were 5 of them, in this case show() will be replaced with plt.savefig('[file]_6.png'),

• After entering any expression, hit F-5 or call 'ipython-tex-complete-py, and emacs-ipython will show a list of possible completions in a *pytexipy* buffer. This list comes directly from ipython, hence it reflects the cumulation of runtime code that has been executed and brought into memory thusfar through multiple 'ipython-tex-run-py-code calls.

## LIMITATIONS

• For now, there is one kernel per Emacs process.

• At the start, I have to hit f11 or 'reload-pymacs to force initialization. However this command is useful for other purposes as well such as wanting to clean up ipyton memory and starting from scratch, anytime.

• Markdown and LaTeX versions of the code can use some refactoring.

## Anaconda Problems

Anaconda installation can cause problems for Pymacs. See here

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/29847966/pymacs-cannot-find-packages-on-anaconda

## LICENSE

Emacs IPython is licensed under GPL v3. See COPYING for details.