Live load and edit files from a remote repo on GitHub in atom. Simple and fast!
apm install octophus
octophus within package search in the Settings View.
Octophus: Open GitHub Repo control-option-command-O will open a remote repo from GitHub and load it into your atom editor.
Octophus: Update with Message control-option-command-K will allow you to save changes with your own message.
As you save the file in the editor, the file in your remote repo will be updated as well. Note that there would never be a "commit storm", any new changes will be smartly integrated into one commit.
Go to Package Settings page to finish the configuration.
Github Token is the Private Access Token generated by GitHub, allowing Octophus to read and write files in your GitHub repo. This must be set before any other actions.
Save Timeout is the minimum interval to upload your changes into GitHub. By default it is set to 10s. This option is intended to avoid frequent network requests.
This is a hackathon idea and is still development. We plan to maintain this package for a longer time. Feel free to send us an issue or a pull request!
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