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Finish and document support for language plugins #144

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wlach opened this issue Jul 28, 2021 · 0 comments
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Finish and document support for language plugins #144

wlach opened this issue Jul 28, 2021 · 0 comments

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wlach commented Jul 28, 2021

We have the beginnings of language plugin since #113 landed, but it's a little harder to use than I'd like especially for commonly-used languages like Python. We shouldn't make people jump through import hoops just to write some Python code.

Let's look into having some kind of registry (or precompiled?) copy of commonly used plugins that are always available to documents. Then we can remove Irydium's hard-coded Python support.

We should also properly document how all of this works on https://irydium.dev/components

@wlach wlach changed the title Finish support for language plugins Finish and document support for language plugins Jul 28, 2021
wlach added a commit that referenced this issue Aug 4, 2021
This change also adds the concept of a "registry" of built-in
components accessible to every Irydium notebook (currently only
includes Python support).

Another related change is that cells can define their own "scripts"
dependencies.
wlach added a commit that referenced this issue Aug 4, 2021
This change also adds the concept of a "registry" of built-in
components accessible to every Irydium notebook (currently only
includes Python support).

Another related change is that cells can define their own "scripts"
dependencies.
wlach added a commit that referenced this issue Aug 4, 2021
This change also adds the concept of a "registry" of built-in
components accessible to every Irydium notebook (currently only
includes Python support).

Another related change is that cells can define their own "scripts"
dependencies.
@wlach wlach closed this as completed in 07d87fb Aug 4, 2021
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