Thanks for the background. It looks like ob-screen may be very limited in
that it doesn't
It seems to me that a decent method would behave similarly to the way to
M-x compile works--- another buffer opens in which the compilation
progresses. Is there any reason why this might not be applicable to the
way babel works?
On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 5:55 PM, Eric Schulte eric.schu...@gmx.com wrote:
Currently there is not (to my knowledge) any support for asynchronous
code block evaluation. The one possible exception could be ob-screen
which I mention only because I don't really know anything about it.
This would certainly be a worthwhile feature to add to Org-mode code
blocks, however a good implementation (easy to use, robust and
cross-language) will be non-trivial to implement.
Erik Garrison erik.garri...@gmail.com writes:
I'm just starting to use org-mode and babel to structure exploratory data
analysis which I do for my work.
One issue that I've run into is that many of the queries I have to issue
will take a very long time to complete.
Is there any method I could use to execute them in a background process?