Shows Profiteur output in Atom.
Profiteur is bundled with the package and bundled version is used by default. It runs on top of nodejs (via the magic of ghcjs), so a "real" binary will likely be faster.
If speed is an issue, you can build
profiteur, and set full path to
profiteur binary in package settings. For example, if you installed profiteur into
$HOME/.cabal/ (default cabal location), use
/path/to/home/dir/.cabal/bin/profiteur. Specifics will depend on platform.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.