Atom editor on Fedora

The atom editor has quickly become my favorite IDE for working with web projects. I still use Vi/Vim for CLI stuff, but atom is the icon I click when I want a GUI program.

It was becoming a little mundane to go to the atom website and download the new version to install. This is why package managers exist – so users don’t have to visit your website to download a new update. A quick search at copr yielded mosquito’s repo of atom – success! Below is how to add the repo and keep atom updated for Fedora.

sudo dnf install dnf-plugins-core
sudo dnf copr enable mosquito/atom
sudo dnf install atom
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