The cc-annotator is a plugin for atom, which allows the user to annotate code. Therefor two types of annotations exist. First create custom annotations for a specific file. Second upload patterns which are used to annotate files automatically.
Either just search the plugin via
Packages > Settings View > Install Packages/Themes
or use the terminal
apm install cc-annotator
To annotate a file open the specific file, right click and select
Annotator > Annotate Code. In case you did not annotated a file from this
opened project, you will be asked to select a server side project. \
To not display the annotations anymore, right click in the specific file and select
Annotator > Remove Annotation from Text Editor.
First select the specific tokens of the annotation, then right click and select
Annotator > Create Custom Annotation. In the now show pop-up window you can
add additional information to the annotation.
To update the patterns used by the server to generate automized annotations
Packages > Annotator > Update Regular Expressions.
View information about the currently opened file and its folder by selecting
Packages > Annotator > Open Dashboard.
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