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Nathaniel Nicandro has recently released his emacs package jupyter to further integrate org-mode with jupyter. As mentioned in the readme: emacs-jupyter extends the features of ob-ipython by integrating more with org-mode and providing a better REPL interface to the kernel.


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The Spacemacs folks did it for some time on their homepage using Docker and Xpra, this thread explains the details: https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/issues/8634


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Unfortunately, it seems like things don't quite work the way you would like them to. ein:notebook-multilang-mode is simply a major mode. That means a lot of things, but here it basically defines fontification (i.e. "syntax highlighting"). You can see that from the source code, available via help (C-h f ein:notebook-multilang-mode). The docstring for my ...


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Check out ob-ipython: An Emacs library that allows Org mode to evaluate code blocks using a Jupyter kernel (Python by default), it might be what you are looking for. Run code on remote ipython kernels with Emacs and orgmode provides a basic example using exactly that library, and there are more related articles on that site as well.


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On my system, this error happens because my jupyter installation is based on python3, while python-shell-interpreter in emacs is python. This can be fixed by running M-S-: (setq python-shell-interpreter "python3"). You can put this command in your init file if you only use python3. For those on Debian/Ubuntu, this can also be fixed by installing python2.7 ...


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Solved by rasmus, with kudos: (org-export-get-tags (org-export-get-parent-headline src-block) info '("invalid" "tags") t) (or, in detail, to also consider the option to use an attribute in the src-block itself): (let* ( (tags (org-export-get-tags (org-export-get-parent-headline src-block) info '("invalid" "tags") t)) (skipslide (or (member ...


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