Recover your unsaved files in case of catastrophic failure (power outage, blue screen of death, etc).
It should "just work", nothing to do. It works like this:
swapfile) in the background
Atom does save the state of all your files while you are editing, so most of the time your files will be recovered after a random failure.
There are some times though, that Atom just breaks. For this reason,
atom-recover serves as an extra layer of safety. If Atom's save file is
atom-recover will load up it's own version.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.