On Thu, 22 Feb 2018 10:50:58 -0800 (PST)
"'tfer' via leo-editor" <leo-editor@googlegroups.com> wrote:

> Why I say this should be easy is that Neovim uses Msgpack rpc to give
> you complete control of Neovim.  Three things are needed:
>    1) provide a way to embed the Qt frontend as a new/alternative
> editor pane and connect to an running neovim instance.
>    2) switch all the leo code that fills/updates the current editor
> pane into msgpack calls that fill or update the body text of the
> current node to/from the neovim pane.
>    3) pass back to leo any calls that change the Outline pane, e.g. 
> alt-downarrow.

This is largely the flow the leo-edit-pane system aims to provide.
Hopefully that will be the path of least resistance.

Cheers -Terry

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