GNU/Linux openSUSE Installing Light Table – Quick-Start Guide
You are Welcome! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Install Light Table Editor in openSUSE GNU/Linux Desktops.
Again some Light Table Features:
- WATCHES: Next-gen println to keep track of important values in your code. Just add a watch to an expression and the value will be streamed back to LT in real time.
- INLINE EVALUTION: No more printing to the console in order to view your results. Simply evaluate your code and the results will be displayed inline.
- OPEN SOURCE: Developer tools should be open source. Every bit of Light Table’s code is available to the community because none of us are as smart as all of us.
- MALLEABLE: Keymaps, behaviors, and Light Table’s Behavior-Object-Tag engine means you can easily shape your IDE to whatever your work requires.
- PLUGIN MANAGER: The plugin manager hooks into the central list of plugins so you don’t have to go hunting all over the internet to find the ones you want.
- POWERFUL EDITING: Light Table is a lightweight, clean, and sleek interface with all of the power and functionality you need and expect from your editor.
Furthermore, this guide includes detailed instructions about to Getting-Started with Light Table on openSUSE.
Finally, here it’s described a Light Table System-Wide Setup, for a Local one simply Decompress the Archive and Run from a location into your Home folder.
1. Launching Shell Emulator
Open a Terminal window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands).