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ROME


ROME is an set of Java tools for parsing, generating and publishing RSS and Atom feeds. The core ROME library depends only on the JDOM XML parser and supports parsing, generating and converting all of the popular RSS and Atom formats including RSS 0.90, RSS 0.91 Netscape, RSS 0.91 Userland, RSS 0.92, RSS 0.93, RSS 0.94, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0, Atom 0.3, and Atom 1.0. You can parse to an RSS object model, an Atom object model or an abstract SyndFeed model that can model either family of formats.

atomic-chrome - Edit Chrome textareas in Atom


Atom needs to be running for this to work.Note that the tab will open in the first launched instance of Atom.

apm - Atom Package Manager


You can configure apm by using the apm config command line option (recommended) or by manually editing the ~/.atom/.apmrc file as per the npm config.apm bundles npm with it and spawns npm processes to install Atom packages. The major difference is that apm sets multiple command line arguments to npm to ensure that native modules are built against Chromium's v8 headers instead of node's v8 headers.

teletype - Share your workspace with team members and collaborate on code in real time in Atom


An Atom package that lets developers share their workspace with team members and collaborate on code in real time.Learn more at teletype.atom.io.




menubar - ➖ high level way to create menubar desktop applications with electron


This module provides boilerplate for setting up a menubar application using electron. all you have to do is point it at your index.html and menubar icon and this will handle opening/closing a window when you click/blur.

go-plus - An Enhanced Go Experience For The Atom Editor


gocode (and a few other tools, like gotype) work on .a files (i.e. the package object archive), and the way to keep these up to date is to run go install periodically. This ensures your autocomplete suggestions are kept up to date without having to resort to gocode set autobuild true 🎉.We are open to suggestions for detecting a package which is built with gb; please feel free to submit a pull request that detects a gb package without any explicit configuration and runs it.

merlin - Context sensitive completion for OCaml in Vim and Emacs


Merlin is an editor service that provides modern IDE features for OCaml.Emacs and Vim support is provided out-of-the-box. External contributors added support for Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text and Atom.

htmlparser2 - forgiving html and xml parser


A forgiving HTML/XML/RSS parser. The parser can handle streams and provides a callback interface. A live demo of htmlparser2 is available here.


node-feedparser - Robust RSS, Atom, and RDF feed parsing in Node.js


Feedparser is for parsing RSS, Atom, and RDF feeds in node.js. This example is just to briefly demonstrate basic concepts.

seti-ui - A subtle dark colored UI theme for Atom.


This is the latest version of the Seti UI theme. It's a dark interface theme crafted especially for Atom, with subtle colors that are meant to be easy on the eyes. It includes custom file icons, and new user configurable settings. Seti Syntax is also available for all your codez. This is for the interface of the Atom editor. I also have Seti Syntax for theming the code view in Atom. In addition, there is a new Seti theme for Hyper.

git-time-machine - Atom package that allows you to travel back in commit history


git-time-machine is a package for Atom that allows you to travel back in time! It shows visual plot of commits to the current file over time and you can click on it on the timeplot or hover over the plot and see all of the commits for a time range. To open the timeplot, just use the keyboard shortcut alt+t.

atom - Atom file-specific icons for improved visual grepping.


File-specific icons in Atom for improved visual grepping. An API is offered for packages not listed above. See the integration steps for more info.

atom-vim-mode-plus - vim-mode improved


vim-mode improved. These features are very powerful, especially for the power user. Read the following documents to learn how to use them.

MagicPython - Cutting edge Python syntax highlighter for Sublime Text, Atom and Visual Studio Code


This is a package with preferences and syntax highlighter for cutting edge Python 3, although Python 2 is well supported, too. The syntax is compatible with Sublime Text, Atom and Visual Studio Code. It is meant to be a drop-in replacement for the default Python package. We are proud to say that MagicPython is used by GitHub to highlight Python.

simplepie - A simple Atom/RSS parsing library for PHP.


SimplePie is a very fast and easy-to-use class, written in PHP, that puts the 'simple' back into 'really simple syndication'. Flexible enough to suit beginners and veterans alike, SimplePie is focused on speed, ease of use, compatibility and standards compliance. Since SimplePie 1.3, we've split the classes into separate files to make it easier to maintain and use.

awesome-atom - A curated list of delightful Atom packages and resources.


A curated list of delightful Atom packages and resources. For more awesomeness, check out awesome. Language packages extend the editor with syntax highlighting and/or snippets for a specific language or file format.

react-ionize - A React renderer for building your entire Electron app


react-ionize is a library which lets you build the "non-browser" parts of an Electron app using React components to manage your application's state. Electron applications consist of two types of process: a main process which manages the lifecycle of the application, and several renderer processes, which display webpages which comprise the application's GUI. While it's fairly common to use React and ReactDOM to build an HTML/CSS/JS interface in the renderer process, react-ionize runs in the main process, managing things like window size/position, menu contents, and application-wide events.

baobab - JavaScript persistent and optionally immutable data tree with cursors.


Baobab is a JavaScript persistent and immutable (at least by default) data tree supporting cursors and enabling developers to easily navigate and monitor nested data through events. It is mainly inspired by functional zippers (such as Clojure's ones) and by Om's cursors.

markdown-preview-enhanced - One of the 'BEST' markdown preview extensions for Atom editor!


Markdown Preview Enhanced is an extension that provides you with many useful functionalities such as automatic scroll sync, math typesetting, mermaid, PlantUML, pandoc, PDF export, code chunk, presentation writer, etc. A lot of its ideas are inspired by Markdown Preview Plus and RStudio Markdown. Feel free to ask questions, post issues, submit pull request, and request new features.

mkl-dnn - Intel(R) Math Kernel Library for Deep Neural Networks (Intel(R) MKL-DNN)


Intel MKL-DNN repository migrated to https://github.com/intel/mkl-dnn. The old address will continue to be available and will redirect to the new repo. Please update your links. Intel(R) Math Kernel Library for Deep Neural Networks (Intel(R) MKL-DNN) is an open source performance library for deep learning applications. The library accelerates deep learning applications and framework on Intel(R) architecture. Intel(R) MKL-DNN contains vectorized and threaded building blocks which you can use to implement deep neural networks (DNN) with C and C++ interfaces.