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What is the proper way for accessing apm (Atom package manager) for flatpakked Atom?

I couldn't find the answer searching by DDG or Google. Slightly related question.

I can run Atom itself via:

flatpak run io.atom.Atom

One way I can run apm is via:

/var/lib/flatpak/app/io.atom.Atom/current/active/files/share/atom/resources/app/apm/node_modules/.bin/apm

But this hardly seems normal. Is there some more reasonable/nice/clean/proper way to do this? Some things that don't work:

apm
flatpak run io.atom.Atom.apm
flatpak run io.atom.Apm
flatpak run io.atom.Atom --apm
/var/lib/flatpak/app/io.atom.Atom/current/active/files/bin/apm

The last path exists but tells me:

/var/lib/flatpak/app/io.atom.Atom/current/active/files/bin/apm: 5: exec: /app/bin/apm-real: not found

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flatpak run --command=apm io.atom.Atom

or more specifically:

flatpak run --command=apm io.atom.Atom install packagename1 packagename2

The answer was in these two (1, 2) closed issues on io.atom.Atom github page.

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