System & Configuration Requirements
Not a lot of requirements here, but they’re pretty important!
Support for other version control services will come down the road, but for now your repository must be managed by Git, or a Git hosting service like GitHub.
Make sure that you have just a single repository open in any one window in your IDE. If you need to work with multiple repositories you can open them in separate windows. Also, make sure you open an actual repository, and not a directory containing repositories.
CodeStream is currently only available for Atom, although support for more IDEs is on the way.
Installing the CodeStream plugin for Atom
OS X users need to make sure they have the Atom shell commands installed. From the Atom command palette, run "Window: Install Shell Commands".
To install CodeStream, visit Atom settings, click on the "Install" tab in the left rail, and then search for 'codestream'. When you find it in the results, click the 'Install' button.
Once installed,you can then toggle the CodeStream view via the Packages menu, or hit Ctrl + Opt + O (Mac) / Ctrl + Alt + O (Windows). You can also click on the CodeStream logo that now appears in Atom’s status bar.
Now that you’ve got the plugin installed, you’re ready to get started!