The Atom text editor, newly introduced by the GitHub team, looks like "a hackable text editor for the 21st Century", and I must say, the screenshots have lured me. Official binaries are only available for OS X. After going open-source many have created their own binaries, and some even added them to repos. But when reading a tutorial on installation I read this:
Currently Atom only works on 64-bit (on Linux) so if you use Ubuntu 32-bit, you can't install it by using this PPA and not even by compiling it for yourself.
So is there any way to install it on Ubuntu 13.10 32-bit? Maybe 64-bit emulation or something?