CudaText (free, open source) is lite and allows it, but with some steps from user.
user needs plugins: Config Toolbar, External Tools (all in Addon Manager)
user needs to add a "tool" to compile code; and second "tool" to run compiled app. Via Tools menu (from plugin).
and enter reg.ex. in "tool" properties (for both tools)
user needs to add 2 buttons via ...
As per our discussion above, I believe a better solution instead of using a plugin which sometimes is cumbersome, is to use a software that will map this SFTP as a network drive on your Windows 10 machine.
There are a lot of solutions out there, some paid and some free for personal use.
FREE for personal use
SFTP Net Drive
You might want to look at Geany.
Both free and Free, builds available for Linux, Windows, and OS X, has plugins for all sorts of stuff, and has configurable-by-file-extension "build", "compile" and "run" buttons/menus.
This seems to do the trick: To use this in your own programs, you really only need the sml-json.sml file. from https://github.com/standardml/SML-JSON/blob/d6318d3423f5681309dcc24fed51de7f7d5a7603/README#L14
Personally I am using plugin called SVG Font Previewer. It is built for viewing SVG files, especially SVG font files.
It is working very well - more information on the official plugin page:
You could consider using PyDev which is an excellent Python IDE plugin for Eclipse.
Can do remote debugging with some manual steps
Free, Gratis & Open Source watch out LiCipse isn't free
Remote terminal, explorer, etc., via Target Management
WingIDE Professional Edition should meet your needs nicely (but not for Free after the 30 trial).
Remote development over ssh (via PuTTY or OpenSSH) https://www.wingware.com/doc/proj/remote-hosts
Also remote debugging via wingdbstub
If you prefer to store the master copy of your code on your local system, you can do this as well by setting up file sharing ...
The biggest difference between PyCharm and Visual Studio code is that PyCharm is an IDE and VS code is a text editor. That doesn't mean that one is better than the other, but PyCharm is geared more toward large projects, while VS code is geared more towards smaller projects. As with all code editor choices, it's largely based on personal preference which one ...