Stack trace reversed in juno

juno

#1

When given a stack trace in the REPL, the innermost call is displayed on top, and the outermost in the bottom. In error pop-ups in Atom/Juno, this order is reversed, with the innermost call in the bottom. It may seem like a small detail, but frequently confuses me when I’m inspecting the traces. Anyone else with the same experience? Could it be easily changed or chosen by the user?
Thanks!


#2

Agreed. I felt the same as this is not natural to most other tools in the market. Error stacks are typically printed with most recent on the top.

regards,

Sambit


#3

File an issue on github, I agree it is inconvenient especially since the outer layer is all Juno Atom stuff , which in my opinion should also be omitted or at least colored differently


#4

Issue filed https://github.com/JunoLab/atom-julia-client/issues/374