To start off I would like to say that I am in love with Atom. It’s a dream come true editor. I’m still only crawling in digging out all the features.
I generally code in Python, under Windows 7. Just double clicking a .py file in any file manager launches it in the command prompt, due to the .py file association with c:\Python27\python.exe
So my question is: can I somehow launch the current file that I’m working on in Atom in the Windows’s command prompt?
Without alt-tabing to the file manager and clicking the file I mean
I tried quite a lot of packages, most recommended being script. But those packages execute the file in the Atom’s console, which currently does not support stdin(can’t input data through commands like
raw_input()). And that is really what I require the most at the moment.
Is there an easy workaround? I’ve been at for a few hours and can’t seem to be able to find an answer.