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@ 2020-05-28  9:54 ` Daryl Manning
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On Thu, May 28, 2020 at 12:01 AM <emacs-orgmode-request@gnu.org> wrote:

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> Subject: Re: Improving Org Mode for VSCode - Thinking Aloud
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Yes, the VS Code org-mode extension is around, but it's still pretty
bare-bones in terms of overall functionality.
(also, for the jupyter comments, I think the MS Python plugin for VS Code
already includes being able to
use and run jupyter notebooks directly from VS Code already though unsure
if you can connect that
to something like GCP's Cloud Datalab or similar remote jupyter servers
rather than localhost)

For me, the grail would be getting org-agenda and deft working inside VS
Code. Those were the gateway
drugs that had me switch from Sublime Text to Emacs in the first place...
=]

ciao!
Daryl.

There are a number of interesting topics here. Like others, I would be very
> keen to share my org-based projects with non-Emacs users. I also only have
> very limited time & skills to contribute.  There is an existing extension
> for org-mode on vscode here:
> https://github.com/vscode-org-mode/vscode-org-mode.  That might be the
> best
> place to help out. One piece of low-hanging fruit would be simply to add an
> HTML renderer to that plugin (https://github.com/orgapp/orgajs is the
> obvious choice). A full-on literate programming engine seems like a very
> tough thing to engineer, but perhaps it's possible to imagine a new
> architecture in which there are, as you suggest, various code
> interpretation engines. It's an exciting idea; I wonder if it's possible to
> explore the possibilities in a more concrete and structured way?
>
> On Sun, May 24, 2020 at 4:20 PM rey-coyrehourcq <
> sebastien.rey-coyrehourcq@univ-rouen.fr> wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > Really cool discussion here.
> >
> > My two cents, Jupyter & Kernel on various langage, which have a very
> > large community, could be an interesting backend for org-babel on
> > VSCode or anyeditoryouwantusehere.
> >
> > Lot of things start to appear to collaborate online around
> > online/scientific cnotebook/literate programing this last year, and that
> > continue, for example i discover recently :
> > Stencila : https://github.com/stencila=
> >
> > org-babel / org-mode outside of emacs has a great potential to lead an
> > alternative to other markdown (RStudio / Jupyter) solution.
> >
> > Best regards
> >
> > Le dimanche 24 mai 2020 à 06:06 -0700, Jack Kamm a écrit :
> > > It would be very good indeed for org-babel if it could be ported to
> > > other editors. One of the biggest drawbacks of org-babel notebooks is
> > > that I can't collaborate with my colleagues on them, since I can't
> > > expect them to use Emacs.
> > >
> > > Aside from VSCode, I think RStudio would be an excellent target for a
> > > few reasons:
> > >
> > > - Literate programming is already popular among R users (see also:
> > >   knitr, sweave, Rmarkdown)
> > > - There is a strong ob-R community here
> > > - There are some prominent Emacs users among the Rstudio developers
> > >   (e.g. Lionel Henry, who I think is both an Rstudio and ESS
> > > developer)
> > >
> > > However, this would be a massive undertaking, and ultimately would
> > > need
> > > a volunteer to step up to the plate. I don't have any bandwidth to do
> > > this in the foreseeable future but dream of working on it one day.
> > > The
> > > biggest downside -- it would require spending considerable time
> > > outside
> > > Emacs!
> > >
> > --
> >
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