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I/ve downloaded Atom.

Regardless of which solidity package I download, install and enable, it doesn't seem to work ie. I don't see any syntax checking, highlighting, correcting etc...

Do I need to pre-install something aside from the Atom editor? I'm only interested in local correct solidity syntax editing

tx/tony

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I use language-ethereum for Solidity syntax highlighting.

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  • tx. I tried that too but I still can't get it to show up in the editor when I install and enable it. It's as if Atom is ignorant of ethereum syntax control. Mar 10 '18 at 8:41
  • @TonyHontzeas try to turn off all modules and manually turn on to find out which modules conflict. Mar 10 '18 at 12:44
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I am quite happy with etheratom

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  • etheratom looks great but I tried installing it from atom packages and cloning the repo and installing it using the atom package manager and it still wasn't working.
    – NSCoder
    Jan 9 at 6:05

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