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README.md

vim.wasm.ipynb

Binder
This is proof-of-concept fork of rhysd/vim.wasm. This aims to integrate Jupyter and vim.wasm.
The original repository is rapidly developing, so please check them.

Try it out!

Hit this button and launch demo via binder →Binder

or goto https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/nat-chan/vim.wasm.ipynb/gh-pages?filepath=vim.wasm.ipynb

Usage

  • press Shift-Enter in normal mode to execute the entire file.
  • To execute selected part, you can also use Shift-Enter in visual mode.
  • Execution outputs will be added to the cells below one after another.

Alternatives

  • wmvanvliet/jupyter-vim
    A two-way integration between Vim and Jupyter. Develop code on a Jupyter notebooke without leaving the terminal. Send lines from Vim to a jupyter qtconsole. Have a MATLAB-like "cell-mode".

  • lambdalisue/jupyter-vim-binding
    This extension stands for providing a Vim like environmenti for Jupyter notebooks, so it would drastically overwrite the default mappings and introduce a new behaviors.

Credits

Thanks to Linda_pp who is the original developer of rhysd/vim.wasm, it is easy to add features to run with Jupyter. (U'ω')

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