So… Atom 1.0 has been out a while and I’m still not able to install a single package on Windows.
I’m getting pretty much the same error message already pasted here before. Here is mine:
C:\Users\jplatte>apm install minimap Installing minimap to C:\Users\jplatte\.atom\packages gyp info it worked if it ends with ok gyp info using firstname.lastname@example.org gyp info using email@example.com | win32 | ia32 gyp http GET https://atom.io/download/atom-shell/v0.22.0/node-v0.22.0.tar.gz gyp WARN install got an error, rolling back install gyp
I get the exact same output when trying
apm install --check as suggested by Atom when it fails to install something in a settings tab (it tells me “Compiler tools not found” but not what exactly is missing…). What do I need
node-v0.22.0.tar.gz for and why can’t apm / gyp give me a meaningful error message when it fails to install??
Some system info:
- Python 2.7 installed (
- nodejs 0.12.5 installed (default location, the progx86 thing)
- All Visual C++ runtimes any program could ever depend on, at least it feels like that:
- VC++ 2005 (x86, x64)
- VC++ 2008 (x86, x64)
- VC++ 2010 (x86, x64)
- VC++ 2012 (x86, x64)
- I am behind a proxy but I configured that in
.apmrcand searching for packages / loading features packages in Atom works, so that’s not the problem.