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Need more Atom or VSCode alternative after Atom (and GitHub) gone by Microsoft...
Name: Komodo Edit
Homepage: https://www.activestate.com/komodo-edit
Is it Open Source: yes
Link to source tarball/zip file: http://downloads.activestate.com/Komodo/releases/

JoshStrobl closed this task as Wontfix.Jun 8 2018, 10:39 AM
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They're not gone, they're still here with value-add, and frankly we have enough alternative editors in the repo already.

I removed Microsoft Atom immediately and I will not install Microsoft VSCode. In IDE section of Solus Software Center remained Adobe Brackets and Bluefish for web development, but Adobe Brackets is one of the worst IDE in the world. So only one IDE exist in non third party section of Solus Software Center: Bluefish (which is incommodious and very old style IDE). There is Webstorm in third party section but Webstorm is not free and worse than Brackets. There is no IDE in non third party section FOR REAL WORK. FOR REAL WORK only one IDE exist in whole Solus Software Center: Sublime Text and I installed it too.

have you tried geany?

Microsoft Atom

Atom is not owned by Microsoft

Microsoft Atom

Atom is not owned by Microsoft

It kinda is now...

feskyde added a comment.EditedJun 9 2018, 1:59 PM

Microsoft Atom

Atom is not owned by Microsoft

It kinda is now...

Microsoft bought GitHub but nothing changes until the end of this year, also the future CEO already state that Atom will continue to exist in parallel to Visual Studio Code.

@cigh033 Geany is not bad, but at present not enough for me (maybe because not IDE).
@feskyde Microsoft Atom will no longer be like it was.

@cigh033 BTW I guess that Gedit better than Geany :)

feskyde added a comment.EditedJun 9 2018, 5:22 PM

@feskyde Microsoft Atom will no longer be like it was.

Any proof of that?

Euuh guys, please continue this conversation somewhere else. Thanks.

(@feskyde for example Skype and LinkedIn are not enough proofs that it will not be the same as it was?)

Okay, this conversation is done. I'm not going to accept you rampantly spewing your anti-Microsoft non-sense here.