Tuesday, June 6, 2017

How to Install Atom Text Editor 1.17.0 on Ubuntu 16.04, 17.04

   Atom is a text editor that's modern, approachable, yet hackable to the core a tool you can customize to do anything but also use productively without ever touching a config file.


     Atom is a free and open-source text and source code editor for OS X, Linux, and Windows with support for plug-ins written in Node.js, and embedded Git Control, developed by GitHub. Atom is a desktop application built using web technologies.
Most of the extending packages have free software licenses and are community-built and maintained. Atom is based on Electron (formerly known as Atom Shell), a framework that enables cross-platform desktop applications using Chromium and Node.js. It is written in CoffeeScript and Less. It can also be used as an IDE. Atom was released from beta, as version 1.0, on June 25, 2015. Its developers call it a "hackable text editor for the 21st Century".

Language support
     Using the default plugins, the following languages are supported in some aspect as of v1.5.1: HTML, CSS, Less, Sass, GitHub Flavored Markdown, C/C++, C#, Go, Java, Objective-C, JavaScript, JSON, CoffeeScript, Python, PHP, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, shell script, Clojure, Perl, Git, Make, Property List (Apple), TOML, XML, YAML, Mustache & SQL.

Atom 1.17.0 changelog
  • Snapshot AtomEnvironment
  • Optimize style sheets loading
  • Fix typo in comments of text-editor-registry.js
  • Restore atom environment when adding project folders to a fresh window
  • Disable soft wrap on mini editors
  • Don't snapshot minimatch and fix package transpilation registry on win32
  • Docks
  • Add atom.workspace.hide()
  • Add saveFocusedPaneItem() and call it in "core:save" command
  • to use ATOM_HOME if present.
  • Packages preloading
  • Assign Package.prototype.mainModulePath eagerly for preloaded packages
  • Always add opened items to the workspace
  • Fix observation of moved items
  • fixing middle mouse button clipboard paste on linux (atom:atom#8648)
  • Minor edits to CONTRIBUTING.md
  • Don't store default locations
  • Allow workspace item objects to be passed to Workspace.open
  • Open docks when activating their panes, but not when adding items
  • Allow specifying installation directory
  • Update build to pre-compile packages with per-package transpilation configs
  • Attempt fixing exception when trying to use portable electronUserData
  • Refine Dock UX and API
  • Fix a regression in hovered dock tracking
  • Fix adding bundled packages to ModuleCache and increase test coverage
  • Avoid errors deserializing 1.17 workspace state in prior Atom versions
  • Ensure that atom-panel tags can be created via HTML
  • Always focus active pane item when pane is activated
  • Document pane item interface on Workspace
  • Properly restore focus to center when hiding dock via toggle
  • Always search a pane container w/ the given URI in workspace.open
  • Require TextEditorElement eagerly
  • Prevent the resize handle from covering the center
  • Ensure that dock toggle affordances can always be revealed
  • Fix URI resolution in openSync()
  • Reduce dock initial size lookups
  • Add Workspace.paneContainerForItem method
  • Don't close permanent dock items
  • Update Electron to 1.3.15
  • Unbreak URL handlers in Atom 1.17-beta
  • Disable zoom only after the window has finished loading
  • Pane shouldn't steal focus from its children
 See changelog for more


Installation instructions: 
 
We can add this PPA to Ubuntu Operating  Systems and install Atom text editor with few easy commands.

Open terminal and insert command line...


$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/atom

$ sudo apt-get update

$ sudo apt-get install atom

Install Atom 1.17.0 DEB package if PPA is yet to be updated

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi

$ wget https://github.com/atom/atom/releases/download/v1.17.0/atom-amd64.deb

$ sudo gdebi atom-amd64.deb

 Optional, to remove Atom, do:

 If you want to uninstall Atom from Ubuntu Systems, run the following commands in Terminal:

$ sudo apt-get remove atom

If you want to remove any config directories, you can use this command:

$ sudo apt-get purge atom


refer original : https://howto-ubuntunew.blogspot.com/

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