WIP: Notebook support is very basic and experimental
- You might experience loss of file contents when saving a Clojure Notebook. Have backups of any files you open as notebooks.
- Tooling around autocomplete, go to def, linting and such does not work at all yet.
- There is no Markdown support.
- Etcetera. As if this was not enough, notebooks can also interfere with LiveShare support.
Please help test the feature. We're looking forward to your feedback!
You can open any Clojure file as a notebook by right clicking the file ->
Open with... ->
Running cells sends them to the REPL and pretty prints the results. If the return is a string that starts with
<html it will be displayed in an html webview.
(comment) blocks get shown as their own cells. When adding code blocks in between those cells they get saved with the same indentation as the first form.
Together with Calva there is an extension called Calva Spritz installed. It only provides the association of Clojure file types to Clojure Notebooks. This is due to the LiveShare issues mentioned above. So that you can disable the Notebook association when participating as a guest in LiveShare sessions. The issue is tracked here: