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2016-03-27
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Aron17:03:47

hi. how can I install proton?

Aron18:03:07

ok, I realized that the apm command takes care of the "where", it wasn't obvious, never used atom before. I think it would be nice if people who never used atom would be considered as potential users of proton

dvcrn23:03:25

@ashnur: it's as easy as opening the package manager and searching for "proton-mode" simple_smile

dvcrn23:03:38

@thheller: It's hard to tell which packages are cljs based. Until recently I didn't even know there are some

Aron23:03:24

@dvcrn: yeah, and then i tried eslint --init and took me quite a lot of time to figure out that i need to downgrade from eslint 2.5.1 to 2.2.0, some terrible old version, because atom's linter that is used by proton is lagging behind quite a lot

Aron23:03:59

i have not checked why, i hope it's not that there isn't anyone working on it, i am not familiar with atom at all, all i know is that it's a github project

Aron23:03:18

@ btw, i saw that you were thinking about names. I think that if this is about configuring the atom, then it certain has to be either Ion that gained lot of energy so it's polarized or Molecule, which is a configuration of many atoms

Aron23:03:48

or maybe you can go plasma where the electrons float freely from the protons because of the high energy

Aron23:03:13

also, there is only one center line plugin and it's abandoned