Got an issue I can't explain.
I couldn't quit Atom, so I chose to Force Quit the app instead. Now it doesn't open at all - as if it doesn't exist.
The image shows the package contents but that's as far as I'm able to discover & I have made sure all of the pre-requisites are in place etc. etc.
Any help or ideas on this would be awesome! Cheers!
I think you played bad with the atom configuration.
Open the file
~/.atom/config.cson and remove the
Ok well the issue is, is that I can't actually enter the Terminal window to edit it out . . . and I can't find that ~/.atom/config.cson file in any case. Perhaps something broke when I Force Quit the app??
Thanks in advance @ndr_brt
My advice is, close everything, remove atom, remove
~/.atom folder, then reinstall atom and reinstall tidalcycles plugin
Still not luck unfortunately!
what if you start atom from the terminal? same error as before?
Nope still no window showing. Been looking around and wondering if the 'complete path' on terminal should be different . . . ? Seen as Atom worked with the 'Stack' rather than 'Cabal' previously . . .
Atom is independent from cabal or stack
As said on github, there's a problem with your ghc installation, I'm not able to help you, sorry, but maybe someone here can.