I’ve mentioned in a thread or two that I’ve been using the excellent jupyter emacs package with Julia for several months now, so I thought it might be a good idea to make a topic to highlight the package. For me, this package has worked very well and replaced julia-repl as my REPL for julia within emacs and replaced ob-ipython and ein for notebook-style work in emacs (I never actually got ob-julia working, and it isn’t currently maintained).
The cool thing about this package is that it’s designed as a general-purpose interface to jupyter from within emacs which the author has simply built a REPL and org-mode integration on top of. This means that unlike ob-ipython and ein, it doesn’t make a lot of python-specific assumptions about jupyter. Further, the integrations are customizable per-language, and the author is actually a julia user, so out of the box the REPL has niceties like latex substitution, rich text formatting of docstring markdown, and the prompt actually changing to e.g.
help?> when in package, help, or shell modes.
Anyway, thought it might be worth posting on a Julia tool for emacs that the community might not be very aware of.