An Atom package for Extempore, providing syntax highlighting, snippets and commands for working with Extempore.
Extempore-Atom can be installed through the Atom settings or by running
apm install extempore-atom in a terminal / command prompt.
Installation instructions for Extempore can be found at Extempore's github page.
See Ben Swift's guide for a cheat sheet for using Atom with Extempore.
The plugin provides three commands:
Connect [alt-o] will connect to a running Extempore process at the host and port specified in the input box. You have to start the Extempore process yourself (see Extempore docs for how to do this).
Disconnect [alt-O or alt-x] will disconnect from the connected Extempore process.
Evaluate [alt-s] will evaluate either the
currently highlighted region (if applicable) or the current
top-level expression surrounding the cursor. This is how you send code to
the Extempore process for evaluation.
You can trigger the commands either through the menu (
Packages > Extempore), the command palette (
ctrl+shift+P) or through the
shortcut keys (listed above).
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