Synchronize settings, keymaps, user styles, init script, snippets and installed packages across Atom instances.
It currently does not support automatic backup - it must be done manually. Only the restore is being triggered automatically.
$ apm install sync-settings or using the Install packages pane from Atom Settings.
gistscope and be sure to activate permissions: Gist -> create gists.
Create a new gist:
backupcommand the first time.
packages.jsonas the filename.
Copy the gist id (last part of url after the username) to Sync Settings configuration or set it as an environmental variable GIST_ID.
Disclaimer: GitHub Gists are by default public. If you don't want other people to easily find your gist (i.e. if you use certain packages, storing auth-tokens, a malicious party could abuse them), you should make sure to create a secret gist.
"sync-settings":gistId: "b3025...88c41c"personalAccessToken: "6a10cc207b....7a67e871"
apm install sync-settings
GITHUB_TOKEN=6a10cc207b....7a67e871 GIST_ID=b3025...88c41c atom
Open the Atom Command Palette where you can search for the following list of commands.
Backup or restore all settings from the Packages menu or use one of the following commands:
View your online backup using the following command:
Check the latest backup is applied:
You can also fork existing settings from a different GitHub user using the following command:
gistscope and will be used for testing purposes.
If you're going to submit a pull request, please try to follow the official contribution guidelines of Atom.
git checkout -b my-new-feature).
git commit -am 'Add some feature').
git push origin my-new-feature).
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