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 comes pre-installed with four UI and eight syntax themes in both dark and light colors. If you can't find what you're looking for, you can also install themes created by the Atom community or create your own.
Atom helps you write code faster with a smart, flexible autocomplete. Easily browse and open a single file, a whole project, or multiple projects in one window.
Atom 1.31.0 notable changes:
- Write config file updates atomically.
- Use apm ci for reproducable builds.
- Update Electron to 2.0.7. See the Electron release notes for details.
- Improve tree-sitter grammar detection to prevent spurious identification collisions.
- Support loading core packages from a packages folder in this repository for easier maintenance and discoverability. Migrate the core packages [about]((#17893) and one-light-ui.
- Custom, efficient line-number gutters with arbitrary labels.
- metrics Send analytics to a GitHub-controlled metrics collection endpoint instead of Google Analytics.
- github Initialize git repositories in the correct directory when you don't have an editor open in your workspace.
- github The "GitHub" tab is no longer in "preview".
- github Don't detect added or deleted files as "executable mode changed.
- github Correct "undo" a repository's initial commit
- tree-view Drag and drop folders onto the tree view to add them as project folders atom/tree-view#1209
- tree-view Drag and drop multiple items at once.
- tree-view Do not allow moving a folder into itself.
- image-view Disable user selections.
- styleguide Work correctly with tree-sitter grammars enabled.
Changes in Atom 1.31.1:
- Fixed an issue where settings changed in the Settings View are not persisted on Linux (#18118)
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