Apologies if this has been asked and answered already, wasn’t sure quite what to search for.
I’ve gotten Juno successfully up and running in Atom, but since I use Atom regularly in other non-Julia contexts, I find the Juno related panes annoying when I’m not working on Julia. I’d really like to keep my Atom with Juno separate, or at least initially hidden until I run something that says “show everything Juno related”. So I’m trying to figure out a solution that would do one of the following, and curious if anyone has any suggestions.
Start with everything Juno related hidden. This is easy enough with unchecking the “Open default panes on startup” checkbox. But then I’m looking for a single command I can run to “enter Julia mode” and show the console, workspace, documentation browser, plots, etc. all at once in their saved positions.
Maintain a completely separate Atom installation just for Julia. This isn’t as desirable as the first, since then I’d have two installs to configure. For this I can search outside of the JuliaLang discourse, but if anyone has gone this route and has any pointers I’d be much obliged.
Thanks! Great work on the Juno IDE!