Exposes package commands to the Developer Tools console
Let's get this straight from the beginning: chances are that you don't need this package. It's aimed at the top 1% of the weirdest Atom users out there or, more likely, Atom developers. As the tagline suggests, it lets you run package commands to the built-in development console – who even does that? Nobody!
expose-commands from Atom's Package Manager or the command-line equivalent:
$ apm install expose-commands
Change to your Atom packages directory:
# Windows$ cd %USERPROFILE%\.atom\packages# Linux & macOS$ cd ~/.atom/packages/
Clone the repository as
$ git clone https://github.com/idleberg/atom-expose-commands expose-commands
Package commands are exposed to the console on activation. There are a few things to keep in mind before you can run these:
packageName.commandNameand always camel cased
// welcome:showawait $welcome.show();// set-syntax:CoffeeScriptawait $setSyntax.coffeeScript();// set-syntax:SCSSawait $setSyntax.scss();// NSIS:show-versionawait $nsis.showVersion();
At this point only commands with alphanumeric characters and dashes are supported
This work licensed under The MIT License
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