In ironPython lots of objects are wrapped in cell objects (cell: <cell at 46: IrrlichtDevice object at 47> http://prntscr.com/4xrn3 ). I did not study what this cell thing is exactly, but surely it is very annoying. See following screenshot: http://prntscr.com/4xrnj As you can see variable 'device' itself is a cell, which has member 'cell_contents' of type 'IrrlichtDevice'. Now in this context these cells introduce one additional click to see contents of real 'device' variable.
cell_contents should be made invisible to the programmer except maybe for some tiny hint somewhere, tho i am not sure if such information would be relevant to anyone.
1. Variables view should hide cell_contents variable and display its contents as they belonged to main variable ('device' in provided example)
2. interactive console should allow using 'device' directly (now we must use device.cell_contents in the console in order to not get an exception)
Might be more that i am not aware of.