Atom Packages Directory

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Nsis Ide

Install with:
    apm install nsis-ide
  

nsis-ide

apm apm apm Travis David David Gitter

Adds IDE-like features for NSIS development in Atom

Installation

apm

Install nsis-ide from Atom’s Package Manager or the command-line equivalent:

$ apm install nsis-ide

Using Git

Change to your Atom packages directory:

```bash # Windows $ cd %USERPROFILE%.atom\packages

Linux & macOS

$ cd ~/.atom/packages/ ```

Clone repository as nsis-ide:

bash $ git clone https://github.com/NSIS-Dev/atom-nsis-ide nsis-ide

Inside the cloned directory, install Node dependencies:

bash $ yarn || npm install

Dependencies

This package makes use of atom-package-deps to automatically install additional packages it depends on. However, you might have to restart Atom in order to use them.

Components

This package is largely a “meta package”. Other than adding adding a tool-bar, it consists mainly of third-party NSIS packages. Together, they turn Atom into a powerful, near-IDE editor for NSIS developers.

NSIS

nsL Assembler

Haskell

Also included are several convenience packages, that are not primarily targeted at NSIS users.

License

This work is dual-licensed under The MIT License and the GNU General Public License, version 2.0

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