Can Atom be IDE?


#1

Hello everybody I am very new to Atom and I really enjoy it :slight_smile: Since I write in C++ is there a way that I can compile my code?


#2

I have not seen any packages that compile C++ code inside Atom.
The only thing I could find is this add-on for the Linter package, but that only helps you lint your code while writing it. It won’t actually compile it for you.


#3

There is also this topic that has links to many other topics of this type:


#4

Here are two packages that will let you build via makefiles:



#5

Thank you all for the fast replies :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:


#6

It will be very little effort needed to make an atom build distro with all IDE features , provided by packages .


#7

There is also this package for gdb debugger support if you are working with C++. I don’t know how active development on this is though.


#8

atom crashed in linux , need help ! i have re installed it again ! but the problem remains !


#9

Try deleting or renaming the ~/.atom folder and restart atom.


#10

Hi, this might not be the thing you want, but I use this package https://atom.io/packages/terminal-plus

Basically it will let you make a terminal-console, so that you can do this:

gcc hello.c
./hello

#11

https://github.com/rgbkrk/atom-script check this out. lets you run scripts from atom editor. you can run c++ code too


#12

use gcc-compiler package , download in the package and run it


#13

There’s now a FAQ about building code in Atom:


#14

You can try this https://github.com/torn4dom4n/atom-cpp.
You need install gcc/g++ and copy package into folder .atom.