[NTG-context] ConTeXt support for Atom
Henning Hraban Ramm
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Tue Jan 14 22:08:34 CET 2020
> Am 2020-01-14 um 20:24 schrieb Hans Hagen <j.hagen at xs4all.nl>:
> On 1/14/2020 7:32 PM, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:
>> is someone beside me using the Atom IDE?
>> Then have a look at my enhanced syntax highlighter:
>> It’s still work in progress, but I use it every day.
>> It’s a fork of the outdated package of the same name, not yet available via the usual channels, but since upstream didn’t react to my pull requests, maybe I’ll publish it under a different name.
> Isn't that the same basic editor as vscode? If so, the context distribution contains grammars that you can look at.
The framework is the same, but the editor component is completely different, and so is the package/plugin setup.
I tried vscodium only shortly, it might become a perspective, but I’m used to and generally satisfied with Atom.
Your setup looks much more extensive than mine. I just converted the ConTeXt interface xml into Atom cson snippets and added links to the command reference in the wiki, also a few comments (that should better go into the xmls…).
The description at the repository is still from the predecessor, I need to change that.
So there’s no run command or something like Atom-LaTeX (that runs latexmk, includes a PDF viewer and interprets the log – I enjoy that when working with LaTeX, so I don’t need to use TeXstudio or the like). Atom’s git interface is more important for me than perfect TeX support.
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