But something I liked about Eclipse is that it would ask me at startup which workspace to use. This allowed me to have different workspaces for different projects, so whenever I started it, I would select what I wanted to work on and it would load the project and my layout accordingly.
With Atom, it just automatically loads the project I was working on the last time I closed it, which isn’t terrible, but it seems a bit unnecessary if I want to work on another project, and I tend to jump between different projects quite a bit.
I’ve installed the project-manager package and it generally seems to handle project management well, but it’d be nice to be able to pick the project when I start Atom and before it actually renders the editor window, instead of having Atom load an entire project and then have to load another project and close the initial window.
Is there any way of accomplishing this? I’ve tried launching Atom from the CLI in different directories but I always get the same result, and my searches online haven’t turned up anything.
(Please forgive me if this post isn’t placed in the correct/any category or reeks of ‘noob’. Hoping someone out there can steer me in the right direction.)