I suspect that this is a little out of the normal flow for how most may use
learnr, but in my course, I am also teaching some basics on the command line. In RMarkdown, there are all sorts of engines, including bash, but it would be great if I could, at the very least, have an interactive shell in the document that is running.
I am not expecting to run exercises via this approach (check code to provide feedback), but simply provide a quick interface into an interactive terminal within the document so that the students can type commands and get shell-level feedback.
The alternative is that I jump out of the knit & stylized document with context surrounding the terminal, and jump into the shell that way.
Obviously its not the end of the world that we can't, as learnR is well, geared towards R, but I wanted to see if I was missing a setting or if this is way outside the scope of what might be possible.
I am only starting to dip my toe into learnR, but I am blown away by what is possible, especially when you consider code evaluation and grading.