Atom editor and Firejail

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Atom editor and Firejail

Postby Danielsan » 2016-07-25 14:48

I would like to use this editor on Debian but unfortunately it is outside of the repo, do you think is a valid idea after installing it also using it inside a container like Firejail or is pretty useless as behavior?
I knew there are a plenty of good editors available in the repo, but this Atom suites better for my skills anyway if you know something really close to it please let me know. I have been using Geany but this program is more and IDE than an editor for HTML, CSS, MD or SASS, however I neither master those markup languages. I tried to learn GVIM and Emacs but are too much for me, I don't have all this time learn how works an editor when I have to learn all the rest.

Thanks!
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Re: Atom editor and Firejail

Postby millpond » 2016-08-02 16:39

Atom has a .deb package (64 bit).
It will become 'part' of the packaging system.

The source will handle 32/64:
https://github.com/atom/atom/blob/maste ... s/linux.md
Includes instructions.
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Re: Atom editor and Firejail

Postby Danielsan » 2016-08-02 19:03

I didn't understand, will be it included in the Debian's repos soon?
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