A smarter selection for camelCase and snake_case.
Disclaimer: This is not an official Google product.
This Atom plugin changes the behavior of cursor movement when pressing the Ctrl/Cmd keys to a way that is friendlier on souce code that contains snake_case and camelCase by mimicking Eclipse's Smart Caret instead of Atom's "subword-boundary" behavior.
This simple and seemingly small difference makes a big impact while coding,
especially for someone who works a lot with Eclipse due to muscle memory.
Now switching between both editors feels like working on the same one.
An analogy: Vim users want Vim bindings on Atom.
Movement is determined by categorizing characters in 5 groups, and instead of stopping at non-word characters, the cursor stops when there is a transition:
Settings -> Editor -> Non Word Characters, plus
Apache 2.0; see LICENSE.md for details.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.