Usually, I’m using
vim almost for everything excepting big Python projects (which happen rarely last time). In such cases, I have PyCharm, which is also used for AWS CloudFormation templates with the
For the Go lang programmes I have used
vim with the
vim-go plugin but on last weekend I tried the Atom editor and will try to use it now.
So in this post – a few useful Atom plugins to make work easier.
This list isn’t full so please feel free to suggest other plugins in comments.
AS usually on Linux – absolutely simple.
On Arch can be installed using the
You can install a plugin with Atom UI from the Edit > Preferences > Packages, or from a console with the
atm install command:
Will highlight the selected variable or function name in a whole code.
Restart Atom and check:
Will add an icon near each file depending on its language.
Out from the box Atom is able to open recent for projects only.
open-recent adds the facility to open last directories/files as well:
Adds a console directly to the editor:
Toggle it with the Ctrl+`:
Well… A liner 🙂
Will check your code and displays warnings:
Then for each language add its own linter.
For C/С++ etc the
linter-clang can be used:
For the Go lang –
Add documentation, more precise autocomplete using
And an example:
Displays a “map” of a currently opened file:
In general – that’s all for now.