Sometimes, usually post-update but also when packages are being updated/installed, Atom starts to
chew the CPU for what would seem like a long time.
I’m using Windows 8.1, and I can’t see any obvious way to have Atom run in a mode that would show me
either in a status window in Atom itself, or in a log or terminal what it is that is happening in the
background when this work is being done.
Is there some way I could get this kind of information rather than simply a pretty animated button or something? Most other IDEs I’ve used have provided a plugin or add-on where the IDE’s output/logs can