Atom 1.31.0-beta1 💾

Atom is a programming editor. It has a web / JavaScript-based GUI, but runs as desktop application. Atom can be edited with itself. Lots of plugins and extensions, and language bindings are available. The default interface comes with a paned interface, a file system browser, fuzzy search, code folding, an understandable configuration dialog, snippet browser, multi-cursor and selection support.

minor feature: Updated to Electron 2.0.4. The GitHub tab now displays open pull requests for the repo you're working in and allows you to easily check out PR branches without leaving the editor. The Git tab now renders emojis in recent commit messages. Tree-Sitter now supports grammar injections which enable highlighting of JavaScript in HTML files and HTML inside of Ruby and JavaScript files. A new Tree-Sitter grammar was added for language-ruby. New APIs for querying Tree-Sitter syntax nodes in a text buffer. Added a :root-scope-used activation hook so that packages can be activated when a language is set as the root scope of a text editor. Cmd+- now appears as the keybinding for window:decrease-font-size in the View menu on macOS. Added a few new data points to our metrics package to better understand the impact of Atom's hackability. Added Node.js, Chromium, and Electron version details to the About screen. Added a new image-view.defaultBackgroundColor that configures the default background color when viewing images in Atom. a regression in one-light-ui and one-dark-ui where text underlines appeared when hovering over clickable status bar elements. Updated one-light-syntax and one-dark-syntax to provide better syntax coloring for embedded languages. a crash that occurs when amending a co-authored commit. Improved clickability of the "Push/Pull" status bar item. in autocomplete-plus that prevented some completions from being inserted And degraded editor performance when editing long lines. This a where void tags (e.g. meta) fold weirdly when Tree-sitter is enabled in html. Cursor movement across lines is now more predictable. Hide tooltips when a user is typing. Introduce new Atom APIs for observing Git repositories. Don't clear built in CSS classes from TextEditor when calling updateClassList. an where panes were not calling onDidTerminatePendingState when destroyed. Spell check error on systems using a non-US locale as a default. Atom/atom#17518 - electron@2.0.2. Atom/ato

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