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Bug#909336: RFP: atomic-chrome-el -- Edit text area on Chrome with Emacs using Atomic Chrome

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
User: debian-emacsen@lists.debian.org
Usertags: elpafy

* Package name    : atomic-chrome-el
  Version         : v2.0.0 (or git snapshot?)
  Upstream Author : "alpha22jp"
* URL             : https://github.com/alpha22jp/atomic-chrome
* License         : GPL-2+
  Programming Lang: elisp
  Description     : Edit text area on Chrome with Emacs using Atomic Chrome

This is the Emacs version of Atomic Chrome which is an extension for
Google Chrome browser that allows you to edit text areas of the
browser in Emacs. It's similar to Edit with Emacs, but has some
advantages as below with the help of websocket.

 * The input on Emacs is reflected to the browser instantly and
 * You can use both the browser and Emacs at the same time. They are
   updated to the same content bi-directionally.

Since v2.0.0, Atomic Chrome for Emacs supports Ghost Text as browser
extension, bringing compatibility with Firefox, too.


I use this to edit text areas in a web browser with my favorite
editor. It works with the Atomic Chrome or Ghost Text extensions in
Google Chrome / Chromium or Firefox.

This should probably be under the Emacs team umbrella and I don't have
time to personally package it right now. I would be happy to review
and sponsor a package however.

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