By default, to show the script panel you need to execute your file or selection.
I would like to be able to display that panel by default when opening Atom without having to build anything.
It seems that the panel creation, file execution and result display is all wrapped under one command : ctrl-shift-b.
But looking at the project, I can’t really find what it does when ctrl-shift-b is pressed.
It probably has to create a new atom-panel in the atom-panel-container 'bottom’ then attach the script view and finally display the output of the build withing the view
But I don’t think I have to manually do that, I should be able (if the code is well written) to call some parts of it to only initialize the script view. What I was able to find is script.js and activate(), this could be the “wrapper” for ctrl-shift-b
If it is, I don’t need the entire content since I don’t want to do the file/selected content execution and display the build output.
I don’t know if this all doable directly in the init.coffee or if I actually need to edit the script package to add few things.
Could someone help me edit the code to add a new command that would open and initialize the view without building ?
That way I can add some code in my .coffee