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14th
Oct 2015
Anton Akhmerov
@akhmerov
Oct 14 2015 14:03
Does anybody here know whether anything is happening with ipymd, or if it became abandonware?
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Oct 14 2015 14:09
I know there are people using it
Might be stable for now? Are you finding bugs?
Anton Akhmerov
@akhmerov
Oct 14 2015 14:11
For example jupyter support isn't on pip.
(One needs dev)
Damian Avila
@damianavila
Oct 14 2015 18:02
@akhmerov, @rossant was pretty occupied lately... @bollwyvl was somewhat involved in ipymd too... ping both :wink:
Cyrille Rossant
@rossant
Oct 14 2015 18:09
I am currently working on a new, more general project that will supersede ipymd. more details in a couple of weeks...
if you have any bug with ipymd please report an issue, it is supposed to work on the latest jupyter
Damian Avila
@damianavila
Oct 14 2015 19:13
eager to know for those details :wink:
Jason Grout
@jasongrout
Oct 14 2015 19:38
@rossant - any details? I'm really interested in ipymd or something like it
Cyrille Rossant
@rossant
Oct 14 2015 19:57
basically the scope of ipymd started to expand significantly such that it was no longer notebook-specific. the idea will be to convert between various markup formats, ipynb being one among other formats (markdown, odt, html, you name it). it will all be highly customizable, and it should be fully compatible with pandoc without requiring that dependency of course (pure python)
I have some work left before there is anything usable -- I've been busy lately with the 2nd edition of my book but this is almost done.
Jason Grout
@jasongrout
Oct 14 2015 20:57
whoa
that's cool
Anton Akhmerov
@akhmerov
Oct 14 2015 22:37
@damianavila thanks for the explanation. There's no bug that isn't fixed on dev, just that the released version isn't jupyter-compatible.