I really love coding with Atom. It’s so easy to understand, there are many different packages, themes and so on. But one big “problem” is Atom’s performance. And after I cleaned up my used packages and changed some settings, enabled some of them, disabled some of them, I had an idea:
what, if there is a third option of enabling/ disabling packages. My idea was, that the user can decide wether a package runs everytime or it’s just active if a specific file is opened.
For example if I code in NodeJS I don’t have to activate all my packages for developing in Java, C, or Python, they just keep the performance low.
So what if I decide that my Java, C, Python and TypeScript packages are only enabled if .java, .class, .c, .py, .ts, .js (and so on) files are opened?
something like this
What do you think about it?