@halirutan sorry for asking something that can probably be found somewhere but it is quicker to ask and go on as this is not what I critically need asap :)
How to find declaration without caret around the symbol? I tried Shift+Shift but it only lists symbols with usages, right?
Otoh would creators of such packages use that feature?
I would not use this much when working on packages that I release publicly.
I would use it a lot for packages I put together quickly for myself, as I tend to develop things quickly in a notebook, then copy and paste into a package as needed.
@kubaPod @szhorvat The "Export symbol" feature is not particularly hard, but it is very cumbersome to get it right with all the different file and package layouts we have. I guess I just need to sit down and write it up.
Looking at my own use cases, I would recommend to give this lower priority. There are other features/issues which would bring a bigger benefit if fixed.
Recently I tried the official Wolfram Jupyter kernel again because we are having a summer school here at the moment and I was thinking about whether the students could have used the free Wolfram Engine.
Unfortunately, more than one, the system just hung for no apparent reason. Evaluations would not return. It was random, and seemed to happen when a call to the front end was necessary (e.g. graphics rendering).
Parenthesizerwhich lets you display the order of evaluation
Ctrl+Alt+(on most keyboards).
Escto remove all parens and continue working.