Use the Atom package manager, which can be found in the Settings view or
apm install eclipse-keybindings from the command line.
Mac users: press
⌘ instead of
Ctrl (same as in Eclipse on Mac).
Ctrl-Shift-ROpen Resource (Eclipse) / Find File (Atom)
Ctrl-3Quick Access (Eclipse) / Command Palette (Atom)
Ctrl-HFind in Project (same on Mac)
Ctrl-EQuick Switch Editor (Eclipse) / Find in Buffer (Atom)
Ctrl-Shift-FFormat Code (Eclipse) / Auto Indent (Atom)
Alt-↑Move line Up
Alt-↓Move line Down
Ctrl-LGo to line...
Ctrl-OShow Outline (Eclipse) / File Symbols (Atom)
Ctrl-Shift-PGo to matching bracket
Alt-Shift-↑Select inside brackets
Alt-/Autocomplete (not on Mac)
Ctrl-/Toggle Comment (already the Atom default)
These keybindings might conflict with keybindings of other installed Atom packages. (You can find out which ones by using the Keybinding Resolver:
Ctrl-Dis also bound to
Ctrl-/Toggle Comment is mapped to a different key combination on non-english layouts (see: Atom Keymap Issue).
If you request a new keybinding please specify which Atom command should be executed when the keys are pressed. The full Atom Command Palette is available by pressing
Please note that Atom might not (yet) have a corresponding functionality for a specific Eclipse command.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.