Atom 0.192.0 Text Editor released

Atom 0.192.0 recently released, is a hackable text editor for the 21st century, built on atom-shell. Like other desktop apps, Atom Text has its own icon in the dock, native menus and dialogs, and full access to the file system. It is used also as a n IDE (Integrated Development Environment). Atom is built with the same open source technologies used by modern web browsers. At the core of Atom is Chromium, the open source project behind Google Chrome. With that comes all the power and innovation being developed for the web.


Atom 0.192.0 update since 0.191.0 which was released a day before

  • Fixed an issue where the fuzzy finder would fail to show files if the project contained a broken symlink
  • Fixed an issue where find and replace would fail to complete if the project contained a broken symlink
  • Added a custom notification when stylesheet errors prevent themes and packages from loading
  • Sped up parsing CSS selectors and calculating CSS selector specificity which should improve startup time
  • Sped up loading of bundled keymaps and system menus which should improve startup time
  • Fixed an issue where certain .less files would be synchronously compiled on the very first launch of Atom making it load significantly slower
  • The core.followSymlinks config setting now defaults to true
  • Fixed issues with bundled packages not working correctly in 1.0 API preview mode

Install Atom 0.192.0 on Ubuntu OS

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/atom

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install atom

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