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proton starts to feel really dang solid. Crazy that it went this far from a hacky prototype in just a couple of weeks.
Hey @dvcrn. I just set up Proton. Nice stuff. I'm running into a problem with the Python layer and I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong or there is an issue. I'm seeing a warning that YAPF is not found. (YAPF is installed on my machine to /usr/local/bin/yapf). If I add this path to the python-yapf package settings it gets wiped out after I restart Atom.
yep, @geksilla is right. Hit
spc _ d to open your .proton file. You need to add the path inside there
/usr/local/bin/ is available on your $PATH make sure that you run
atom from terminal
https://github.com/atom-community/linter/issues/150#issuecomment-77915244 has some workarounds
maybe we can integrate something like
proton.path into proton which will automatically correct the wrong path
@shahinism: glad to hear that you like it! though thank not just me. The other folks here helped a ton!
wrote helper function that helps to write documentation regarding packages configuration defined for layer for example:
Will output to browser console https://gist.github.com/geksilla/2094481ddb7af86fa865 Copy paste content to
.mdfile then hit
, f tand get formated table.
I've been hacking away at my .proton file. This is really cool. Is there a way to reload the changes without quiting Atom and restarting?
I like it without a delay (it is one of the few things in atom that happen immediately :) )
played a bit around with dimming. How about dimming the editor when the which-key is open?