Atom is nice, but I always felt like VS Code is a bit snappier and has less cruft. Which is surprising, considering the developer
Definitely. And it has a lot of plugins that make it even better, like a live Markdown preview pane, or various language-specific extensions. I don't know if you noticed, but it also has a built-in terminal that defaults to bash in Linux (and presumably macOS) and Powershell in Windows.
Since QSI won't have a source editor, I'm going to work on a Visual Studio Code extension for miniSphere API completion/documentation and possibly for interfacing with SSj.
I know it isn't much of an update, buuuuut QtSphere IDE's file tabs now respond to Ctrl+PageDown/PageUp. Can Radnen's IDE do that? Didn't think so! That's to say nothing of its cross-platformyness and overall prettierness. Neener neener neener!
It can't, but it *does* respond to Ctrl+Tab and Shift+Ctrl+Tab (I think it might be buggy though?).
more ergonomically convenient