> >I've found some plugins for the integration between Jupyter/Ipython
> >notebook and vim, say, the following:
> >https://github.com/lambdalisue/jupyter-vim-binding > >https://github.com/jwkvam/jupyterlab-vim >
> I get the feeling those aren't actual integrations? They are just intended to modify the Jupyter keybindings. They have nothing to do with Vim per se, I think.
> It *is* possible to enable Vim to act as a stateless "poor man's notebook". Grab text with a motion in the usual way, and then run something like this:
> silent exec "r ! " . escape(@", "%!#\r\n")
> Combined with opfuncs and omaps, you can set it up so that pressing Enter will execute the current line and place the output just below the current line, similar-ish to Jupyter.
> But I suspect this isn't what you had in mind by "integration".
Yes, I want to have similar behavior given by pycharm/VS Code.