This is a little hack that I did so I could map a key binding to reveal the current file in finder. Its pretty minimal and it wouldn't be hard to generalize if only there was a software developer around.
Map it like:
'atom-text-editor': 'alt-cmd-r': 'reveal-in-finder:reveal'
Then hit that puppy to reveal the current file's parent directory in a Finder window.
I have not done any form of thorough testing, I only know it works on my
machine (Mac OS running High Sierra). The whole thing relies on running a
child process for
open '<DIRECTORY>' so if that command does not work in
your terminal then this package is not for you.
It's on the marketplace, so the regular channels should work.
If not, see the hack below.
I did this before I published to the marketplace.
cd ~/.atom/packagesgit clone https://github.com/nolanbconaway/atom-reveal-in-finder.gitcd atom-reveal-in-finderapm installapm link .
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.