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Installing Plugins (sublime3)
cd ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/
git clone <giturl> <plugin name>
see https://stash.devlan.net/projects/OPENSOURCE for available packages
- Alignment (sux!)
- arm assembly
- afterglow theme
- auto docstring
- docblockr - auto document c/c++ functions. Restart Sublime after installing.
- makefile improved
- markdown preview
- Soda Reloaded theme
- SublimeAllAutocomplete - enables autocomplete to include all files, not just the current file.
- Swift-for-f-ing-sublime - Swift completion
fs-01.devlan.net/share/MDB/OSX/Software/FreeSoftware/Editor/Sublime/Installed Packages/Package Control.sublime-package
PackageIO is a package manager for Sublime plugins. You can install it manually by dropping it into the Installed Packages folder in:
- ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Installed Packages (iOS)
- /.config/sublime-text-3/Installed Packages/ (Linux)
NOTE: Restart Sublime Text after dropping the package file.
It's likes going to the internet for everything, but I've managed to get individual packages installed on devlan:
- By default, PackageIO has one "channel", which it uses to figure out what packages are available. You can remove this channel and add additional ones by
- cmd + shift + p (Linux: shift+ctrl+P), type remove channel, press enter, and select the default channel
- Add a new channel by cmd + shift + p, type install channel, press enter, and at the bottom prompt, add http://mdbtest.devlan.net/channel_v3.json as the new channel URLUniform Resource Locator(alternatively, download the json file at https://packagecontrol.io/channel_v3.json)
- now the install packages option can be selected:
- The packages themselves are hosted all over the place, so here's where this process breaks - you have to either
- fake the url (Sublime checks certs) or
- edit the channel_v3.json (or ask mdbtest owner nicely) to change the URLUniform Resource Locator of the package you want to somewhere on devlan. A nice idea would be for someone to pull every package known by package control and host them somewhere.
Some useful ananconda settings
Sublime Text -> Preferences -> Package Settings -> Ananconda -> Settings (User)
- You can search using regex, limiting to specific file types:
Configuring How Files of <insert your extension here> Are Interpreted By Sublime 3
- Open the file of the extension you wish to configure(i.e. open a mycustommake.mk)
- On the lower right-hand corner, click on the current file type(probably says plain text)
- select "Open all with current extension as ..."
- Select the new file type handler