Using Windows 10, I installed Atom on the computer at work, and I find that the folder
%userprofile%\AppData\Local\atom\bin\ is correctly created, complete with the
However, installing it at home, that folder didn’t exist, but there was the
My home set up is not identical to the set up at work. Among other things, it’s running on a virtual machine, which otherwise works well enough, albeit a little slowly. However I certainly haven’t done anything outlandish to my setup, so it’s a fairly plain Windows 10 installation.
Then, out of desperation, after I couldn’t find any solutions, I installed it again (without uninstalling). Now, there is the
bin folder, with its four files.
No doubt, there is a perfectly sane explanation for this, but I cant think of one.
In particular, how do I guarantee that the
bin folder is created first time?
The reason I want to know is that I am setting up instructions for students on installing Atom, and that will include some additional setup of packages using the
apm command. It works better if the command is where it’s supposed to be.