Atom 0.196.0 Text Editor released

Atom 0.196.0 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 0.196.0 update since 0.195.0 which was released same day

  • Fixed an issue where opening certain PHP files would freeze the editor
  • alt-0 through alt-9 now switch to the corresponding tab index on Windows
  • Fixed an issue where calls to certain deprecated APIs were not attributed to the correct package
  • Fixed an issue where creating a BufferedProcess would throw an error instead of emitting it in certain circumstances
  • Added the –profile-startup command line option to create a CPU profile for the startup of an Atom window
  • DejaVu Sans Mono is now the default editor font on Linux
  • Reseting the window’s font size now restores it to the value at startup instead of the default config value
  • The Fuzzy Finder now has a config option to preserve the search text across opens
  • The Fuzzy Finder now has a config option to search all panes before opening instead of just the active one
  • apm dedupe no longer fails on Windows when Visual Studio isn’t installed

Install Atom 0.196.0 on Ubuntu OS

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/atom

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install atom
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