Over the past few months I’ve been getting deeper into emacs, mostly by using org-mode for all my todo list management, keeping track of papers I am reading, and general note taking. It’s been pretty great.
Currently I use Atom+Juno for most of my Julia development and hacking around, but often when I’m making some plots or playing around with things related to notes I’m taking or papers I’m reading, I’d like to be able to put code blocks and plots directly in my org-mode notes.
Do folks have a good workflow for this? ob-julia hasn’t been updated in 5 years, though this post from earlier this year seems to indicate that it still works. Then this post from @non-Jedi says that using ob-ipython with the julia kernel works around some unspecified current issues with ob-julia.
At the moment I’m not super concerned with exporting my notes to pdf or html (though I can imagine that being useful at some point). Also I’ve been doing a lot of my day-to-day reading/note-taking in Windows 10 and linux, though so far I’ve had pretty good luck getting the rest of my emacs/org config working across platforms so hopefully there isn’t anything too specific.