apm install run-commandtwo
“Run Command” for Atom
Fork of https://github.com/kylewlacy/run-command Execute any arbitrary command in Atom. Derived from Phil Nash’s Ruby Quick Test.
Run Any command!
Integrated with compgen to give you tab autocompletion.
Hit tab and you’ll get the largest substring filled in for you.
Make sure you have ~/.bashrc setup so your path works properly
ctrl-r to open up this:
Enter a command, and whack
enter to run it:
cmd-ctrl-r to run it again:
Together, these let you do this:
(You can also toggle the command output with
cmd-ctrl-x, or kill the last command with
- ~~ANSI color codes~~
- ~~Setting the working directory~~
- ~~Tab autocompletion~~
- ~~Copy paste from output~~
- ~~Resizable output~~
- Editor variables (such as
$ATOM_PROJECTfor the current project directory)