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This file is part of Logtalk http://logtalk.org/ Copyright 1998-2018 Paulo Moura <email@example.com>
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Atom is a multiple platform text editor available from:
Atom supports converting TextMate language bundles into language support packages. The conversion process is described at:
The following shell commands can be used:
$ apm init --package ~/.atom/packages/language-logtalk --convert $LOGTALKHOME/coding/textmate2/Logtalk.tmbundle $ sed -i.bak "s/0.0.0/$(sed -e 's/-.*$//' < $LOGTALKUSER/VERSION.txt)/" ~/.atom/packages/language-logtalk/package.json
apm command is not available, you can install it by selecting Atom's
menu option `Install Shell Commands`.
In alternative, a third-party maintained converted bundle is readily available from:
Several Atom packages can be useful for Logtalk development. Those include:
process-palette.jsonfile defines commands for compiling a file from within Atom allowing clicking on warnings and errors and jump to their location, for running unit tests, for scanning for dead code, for generating HTML documentation, and for generating SVG diagrams.
For using these commands, install the
process-palette package and replace
or merge the contents of the file with default file found at `~/.atom`. If
no `~/.atom/process-palette.json` file exists just copy the provided file
to `~/.atom`. Customization of this file is usually required to select your
preferred Prolog backend and keyboard shortcuts. The package settings may also
need to be edited to select the shell to be use (notably, on Windows, a Bash
shell must be specified; e.g. the Bash shell provided by Git for Windows).
atom-ctagsBy installing this package and the Logtalk ctags support (see `../ctags`), it is possible to use Atom's `Command Palette` to index and browse Logtalk code (e.g. to search and navigate to entity and predicate declarations).
atom-html-previewOne of the packages that allows convenient rendering of HTML and SVG files, including those generated for API documentation of Logtalk code.
graphviz-previewFor visualizing the `.dot` files generated by the
svg-previewFor visualizing the `.svg` files generated by the
file-iconsFor displaying file icons, including for Logtalk source files, in the tabs and the tree-view.
Logtalk source files (including the library entities and the programming examples) are formatted using tabs (the recommended setting is a tab width equivalent to 4 spaces); you may set the tab width on the editor preference panel.