this is one of my first packages for Atom, hope you like it and find it useful. It works as
Math.js interface, so you can call it from your buffer.
Wherever in a buffer, write a mathematical expression, then press
ctrl-alt-m. The expression will be evaluated and the result will be printed in the buffer (a new line will be included after the current line that is supposed to contain the expression).
What will be next?
First thing, I would like to give the chance to evaluate functions.
Suggestions and opinions (even the worst ones) are really appreciated!