x = xt::broadcast(a, xshape(2, 2))(1, 1)should be equivalent to
But since xeus-python is already in C++ and uses pybind11, I think we could implement a matplotlib wrapper using pybind11 to manage C++ containers and use them with matplotlib inside xeus-python by using its interpreter. What do you think about the idea ?
Yep, I guess that it would work - but in the end you still need python.
voila-revealpeople @SylvainCorlay @maartenbreddels @martinRenou! I'm co-presenting at ImageXD so I used
voila-revealto make a slideshow (our own dog food, hehe). I noticed that voilà had grown even stronger security-wise and the docs are always very neat! But (using
--template=reveal) I couldn't get the actual slideshow (separate slides and navigation arrows to change slides) unless I would add roughly this piece: voila-dashboards/voila-reveal@957dffb somewhere in the templates (whether under
PREFIX/share/jupyter/voila/templates/reveal/). Adding it coarsely (say, at the top of the existing template files) isn't satisfactory though, because it overwrites all the styling otherwise perfectly rendered by voilà. :eyes:
mamba install -c conda-forge voila-reveal