Stack trace reversed in juno

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?

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.



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

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