Atom Proton

Proton-mode gives a Spacemacs-like experience to the Atom editor

Proton-mode provides a mnemonic menu and set of keybindings that offer an effective alternative to the interesting keybindings with Atom and ProtoREPL. It also provides modal editing features, simplifying keybindings.

Proton-mode

Install Atom.io

Follow the instructions for your operating system

The standalone install is the simplest option. However, using the package manager approach will simplify updating Atom.io to new versions.

Standalone Install

Download the latest .deb file from Atom.io

Once downloaded, double-click the .deb file to install.

Via Package Manager

Add the official Atom package repository to your system by running the following commands in a terminal window:

curl -sL https://packagecloud.io/AtomEditor/atom/gpgkey | sudo apt-key add -
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb [arch=amd64] https://packagecloud.io/AtomEditor/atom/any/ any main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/atom.list'
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install atom

Running Atom

To run atom, press the Super key and type atom, or open a terminal and type the command atom.

Download the atom-mac.zip file.

Open the atom-mac.zip file (double click) and drag the Atom application into your "Applications" folder.

See Installing Atom for troubleshooting and further details.

Download the latest .rpm file from Atom.io

Once downloaded, double-click the .rpm file to install.

To run atom, press the Super key and type atom, or open a terminal and type the command atom.

See the Atom guide for Fedora if you wish to use the package manager instead.

Downloaded AtomSetup.exe Windows Installer.

Open the AtomSetup.exe installer and follow the instructions.

This will install Atom, add the atom and apm commands to your PATH and create a shortcut in the start menu.

Install Proton

Required packages

  • ink - Proto REPL dependency used for inline display and the REPL output.
  • proto-repl - Clojure REPL, autocompletion, etc.
  • Proton-mode - Spacemacs style menu and keybindings to make Atom easier to use (included Vim / Emacs keybinding support)

Recommended packages

  • lisp-paredit - to manage your ()
  • proto-repl-charts - graphs and charts
  • tool-bar - displays a REPL tool bar
  • highlight-selected - highlights selected keywords throughout an editor

Download the sample project

We have created an example Clojure project called "Welcome To ClojureBridge" to test your development tools.

If you are comfortable using the git version control tool and the command line, then you can clone the project using git

git clone https://github.com/ClojureBridge/welcometoclojurebridge

Test your editor with a clojure project

Add the project called welcometoclojurebridge.

Open the src/welcometoclojurebridge/core.clj file.

Ctrl-Alt-, s to start a Clojure REPL and display the REPL in a new window.

You should see a friendly message from the ClojureBridge team.

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