When opening a file with Atom, let's say a Python file for instance, Atom automaticaly set the Python grammar (syntax highlighting). This is done by looking at the file extension ".py". Atom knows that a .py extension means Python. ".sh" => shell, ".php" => PHP, ".js" => Java script...
But, as a Unix user, I often write scripts without defining the script language in the file extention. I prefer to make the file executable and define how to execute it in the shebang:
#! /bin/perl -W
#! /usr/bin/env python
In that case, when Atom open this file, the grammar is not detected. I can define it manually in Atom but I would prefer if it would be done automaticaly by reading the shebang.
This is what this module is doing!
#! /usr/bin/python => python => set-grammar(source.python)
#! /usr/bin/python -a -b -c => python => set-grammar(source.python)
#! /usr/bin/env python -a -b => python => set-grammar(source.python)
aliases - when binary is different from Atom's grammar name
#! /bin/sh => sh =(alias)=> shell => set-grammar(source.shell) #! /bin/bash => bash =(alias)=> shell => set-grammar(source.shell)
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.