minor feature: Atom/atom#16513 - Update protocol client installation.
Atom/autocomplete-plus#930 - non-word character replacement.
Atom/autocomplete-plus#810 - Avoid querying destroyed editor in SymbolProvider spec.
Atom/autocomplete-plus#838 - Optionally dismiss suggestion list on up/down instead of cycling.
Atom/autocomplete-plus#936 - Remove editor from watchedEditors when editor is destroyed.
Atom/autocomplete-plus#940 - Introduce service API version 4.0 with simplified prehandling.
Atom/spell-check#225 - the github README link.
Atom/spell-check#222 - Don't watch editors more than once if they're re-added to the workspace.
Atom/spell-check#227 - Update atom-select-list to 0.7.0.
Atom/spell-check#233 - Fallback to the dictionary path provided by node-spellchecker.
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