Atom 1.16 Open-Source Hackable Text Editor Released with Various Improvements

Thursday, 13 April 2017  (1 week ago)
GitHub's Andrea Liliana Griffiths is pleased to announce the release of Atom 1.16 as the latest stable version of the popular, multi-platform, and open-source hackable text editor, along with the Beta of Atom 1.17. Atom 1.16 has entered Beta a little over a month ago when Atom 1.15 launched with its improvements to duplicate...

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