Anyone Using Atom for LC Script Editing
matthiasrebbe at me.com
Thu Mar 24 05:50:31 EDT 2016
It was meant as a suggestion not as criticism.
Just forget it and leave as it is.
> Am 24.03.2016 um 10:46 schrieb Peter TB Brett <peter.brett at livecode.com>:
> On 24/03/2016 09:39, Matthias Rebbe wrote:
>> I was referring to the APM installation itself. If a system does not
>> have APM installed and the user is new to Atom and wants to use the
>> APM method, it might be easier to know that using the “Install Shell
>> Commands” menu in Atom will install APM.
>> A general note like “If your system does not have APM installed,
>> then you can install it using the menu entry ‘Install Shell
>> Commands’ unter the Atom menu“ or something similar would be
> I am very confused.
> apm is mentioned exactly once in the language-livecode docs, as something that is a completely optional alternative to people who are command-line addicts.
> The _very next line_ contains a link to the Atom documentation that explains, _in detail_ how to install packages and, indeed, apm.
> I don't think any more info is required here. If you think it's so confusing, I'll just delete the mention of apm entirely.
> Dr Peter Brett <peter.brett at livecode.com>
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