Mu-editor suggestions

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Mu-editor suggestions

Post by ktjoseph » Mon Jun 25, 2018 1:32 am

These suggestions are related to Python3 mode of the very very attractive mu-editor.
1. Two more toggle buttons: (1) OUTPUT, (2) SHELL

OUTPUT is a partition on the right half of the mu-editor window, to display outputs of runs. Vertical division. On the left we see the program and on the right the output. When a new output is delivered, OUTPUT partition is displayed automatically. Output of previous runs may be displayed in light gray background.

SHELL is a separate partition and it occupies the same place as OUTPUT. SHELL output is displayed in SHELL itself. Copy/paste between SHELL and editor allowed.

REPL also occupies the same place as OUTPUT/SHELL. REPL output is displayed in REPL itself.

PLOT button can be removed for Python3 mode.

INPUT dialog box: Appears on input(). Disappears on entering input. A box containing the input along with the prompt goes to OUTPUT.

No horizontal partitioning. Displays maximum program statements.

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Re: Mu-editor suggestions

Post by pythoncoder » Mon Jun 25, 2018 9:01 am

The mu IDE is not part of the MicroPython project. Suggestions for improvement are best directed to its developers.
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