Have you seen the ipython notebook (see http://youtu.be/HaS4NXxL5Qc)?
To answer your question, I have mixed feelings about the idea of embedding
ipython in zim. I think it would be a really neat and novel feature. I
think it would take considerable effort if you wanted it to be on-par with
the rich feature set that the qt and notebook ipython interfaces have
(graphing, input, realtime output, etc). And lastly, I think there are
higher-priority features such as table support and, speaking of python,
code syntax highlighting.
On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 1:21 PM, Thomas Douillard <
> Hello dear zim developpers and users !
> I started to use zim a few months ago and I think it's a great tool to
> take notes and to organize my works amongs over uses.
> Actually It seems it's a tool I always wanted and I am addicted.
> To get to the object of my message, I took a look at the ipython
> few days ago, and it seems to share some of it spirit and even some use
> cases with zim, especially the ipython
> wich is to me like an especially powerful zim-wiki page used with some
> plugins like the arithmetic and graphs one.
> Of course it is a lot more powerful and complex, but I wonder if a plugin
> that would allow to embed and edit an ipython notebook page into a zim-wiki
> notebook would interest some people. Without looking in depth into the
> respective source code I believed it would be possible to do such a thing
> without much effort considering the two projects shares a lot of bases.
> What do you think of this idea ? I might take a look into this if the
> answer here is positive.
> Thanks for reading,
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