The latest version available is Atom 0.124.0, which has been released a while ago, coming with important changes.
Open Behavior Changes
- Selecting a file from the open dialog will now open that file in the current window.
- Dropping a file onto a window now opens that file in the window it was dropped onto.
- Selecting a folder from the open dialog will now open that folder in the current window if it is untitled.
- Dropping a folder onto an untitled window now opens that folder in the window it was dropped onto.
- Fixed an issue where apm commands would fail if RVM was being used.
- Fixed an issue where apm unpublish would fail when run without a package name.
- Added the number of stars a package has to the command output.
- Add a –language option to the apm init command that generates a new language grammar package.
Other Major Changes
- Fixed an issue where the editor would log document.createNodeIterator errors.
- The editor DOM elements now have a data-grammar attribute that contains all the segments of the current grammar’s scope, such as source js.
- The workspace DOM element now contains the current UI theme name as a CSS class.
- Fixed an issue when moving to the first character of a line with leading hard tabs when invisibles were enabled.
- Fixed an issue on Mac where the window’s title bar would not be visible in certain scenarios.
- Added a new grammar for SQL files with Mustache templates named SQL (Mustache).
- Fixed an issue where the Styleguide would not open.
In this article I will show you how to install Atom 0.124.0 on Fedora 20 systems.
Follow the below instructions exactly, in order to get a successful installation.
Install the needed dependencies:
$ sudo yum -y install node npm libgnome-keyring-devel
Update nmp and adjust the PATH:
$ cd ~
$ npm install npm
$ export PATH="$HOME/node_modules/.bin:$PATH"
Install Google Chrome Stable, so that the libudev.so.0 gets satisfied:
$ sudo sh -c 'cat > /etc/yum.repos.d/google-chrome.repo <<EOS
$ sudo yum -y install google-chrome-stable
Remove gyp, to avoid conflicts:
$ sudo yum -y remove gyp
Get the Atom sources and build the software:
$ git clone https://github.com/atom/atom
$ cd atom
Set execution permissions:
$ sudo chmod +x /tmp/atom-build/Atom/atom
For an easier usage, do:
$ echo "alias atom=LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/google/chrome ~/atom/atom.sh" >> ~/.bashrc
$ source ~/.bashrc
To open Atom 0.124.0, just open a terminal and type atom.
Optional, to remove atom, do:
$ rm -f ~/atom
$ sed '/LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/google/chrome ~/atom/atom.sh/d' ~/.bahsrc