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<!-- Describe the feature you'd like. --> Running code using the "Run Python File in Terminal" icon should support shells outside of pwsh, cmd, etc. If using Powershell, the command is prefixed with &. If using CMD, the command is not prefixed. If using another shell (such as nushell), the command is still prefixed as if it was powershell. This causes the command to fail. image

I have been using the setting "" for setting the shell to utilize.


Answer questions luabud

Hey @kfardanesh! If we were to do it, I believe we'd address so that it's possible to configure the shell for running Python files. So I'm closing in favour of that 😊


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