Hello. I just got Atom a few days age, and love it, but I cannot install the ‘Script’ package. When I try, it just loads and comes back to the ‘Install’ button. I have tried using apm, but when I try to install the shell commands, The app tells me that they have been installed, but I cannot use them.
What OS are you running?
apm to install packages, so until the commands are installed, it can’t add packages.
apm is installed along with Atom, the shell commands don’t need to be installed for it to work. They just make running apm and atom from the shell easy.
So what’s the reason behind @suryanisaac’s issue? The directories for the executables change with each update. It seems more intuitive to me to have Atom invoke the
apm command than to force it to execute the version under
I am using macOS Sierra. Can it be a bug in the beta?
What do you mean by “I cannot use them”? Do you get an error message? If so, what is it? Do you have
/usr/local/bin in your
PATH in your terminal?
Atom has code to find apm, so it doesn’t need to use the
apm shell command.
Except when you launch Atom, it can find things based on relative paths from the code that is currently executing. It doesn’t need to use absolute path stuff that would require it to route through app-x.x.x.
This is my path. Yes I get an error saying:
-bash: apm: command not found
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