Write markdown, use notebooks
bookmarkd you can use any text editor you like to write markdown with
Python code blocks and render them as an IPython notebook.
This README can be converted to a notebook using the command
bookmarkd convert README.md README.ipynb
## markdown -> notebook $ bookmarkd convert foo.md foo.ipynb ## notebook -> markdown $ bookmarkd convert foo.ipynb foo.md ## notebook -> markdown using nbconvert $ ipython nbconvert --to markdown foo.ipynb # receive markdown via stdin $ bookmarkd convert - foo.ipynb # output notebook on stdout $ bookmarkd convert foo.md -
Code blocks are converted to IPython notebook cells, and each markdown section between code blocks is made into a markdown cell in the notebook. To manually separate markdown into cells, separate blocks with horizontal rules (
--no-join-blocks option will force each markdown block to become its own cell in the notebook.
Let's see some Python now!
print "Hello World"
This is how blocks separated by
--- are rendered
They become separate markdown cells instead of being merged together.
Now let's see some more Python.
print "Hello" + " " + "World"
Please see the Code of Conduct for contributors. Pull requests are
welcome, but please include some docs for your change. You can do this either
in the README or in