- Added CFScript component method completions (6/28/12)
- Added "auto_close_cfml", "auto_indent_on_close" settings (6/25/12)
- Added Tag Attribute completions (6/24/12)
- Added Command
ColdFusion: Insert CFlib UDF(6/2/12)
- ColdFusion cfml, and script-based CFCs syntax highlighting. (see tmLanguage files)
- Auto inserts closing hash # (see Default (platform).sublime-keymap)
- Provides completions that match just after typing an opening angle bracket (see cfml_completions.py)
- Auto Complete ColdFusion Tags and Attributes (opt. cf7, cf8, cf9 & cf10)
- ColdFusion specific key bindings (see Default (platform).sublime-keymap)
The recommended method of installation is via Package Control.
- Follow instructions on http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control
- Install using Package Control: Install > ColdFusion package
Go to your Sublime Text 2
Packages directory and clone the repository using the command below:
git clone https://github.com/SublimeText/ColdFusion
- Download the files using the GitHub .zip download option
- Unzip the files and rename the folder to
- Copy the folder to your Sublime Text 2
Some packages will override key bindings. If you have problems with a specific key shortcut,
you can add it to your User - Key Bindings file
Preferences > Key Bindings - User
You can also use
sublime.log_commands(True) in the console (
ctrl+~) to output key presses and their corresponding command to the console pane.
Many more key bindings are available via Sublime
Preferences > Key Bindings - Default
Although, this package includes CFScript completions (
.sublime-completions) and ColdFusion tag completions (API-injected), it's recommended that you create your own custom snippets using code that fits your particular coding style.
To create a new snippet select
Tools > New Snippet... from the Sublime Text menu.
<scope>text.html.cfm - string</scope> for ColdFusion markup snippets and
<scope>source.cfscript - string</scope> for CFScript snippets.
Completions in order of priority are:
- API-injected completions
- words in the current buffer
The following list contains snippets repositories made available by ColdFusion community members:
To install snippets just put the
.sublime-snippet files in your Packages/User folder or sub-folder (to get to your Packages/User folder select
Preferences > Browse Packages... from the Sublime Text 2 menu).
If you'd like to customize your favorite theme for ColdFusion support, you can use the
entity.name.tag.cf scope in your tmTheme file.
For example the following definition will use the color
#C87551 for all ColdFusion tags:
<dict> <key>name</key> <string>Meta</string> <key>scope</key> <string>meta.tag.block.cf, meta.tag.inline.cf</string> <key>settings</key> <dict> <key>fontStyle</key> <string></string> <key>foreground</key> <string>#C87551</string> </dict> </dict> <!-- this will color ColdFusion tag name --> <dict> <key>name</key> <string>Entity</string> <key>scope</key> <string>entity.name.tag.cf</string> <key>settings</key> <dict> <key>fontStyle</key> <string></string> <key>foreground</key> <string>#C87551</string> </dict> </dict>
You can use Ctrl+Alt+⇧+P to get the scope name at the cursor position for more theme customizing .
To help test the development branch you can install it by dowloading the zip and copying the contents to the Packages/ColdFusion folder.
Alternatively, you can use git to install the ColdFusion package as mentioned above and switch to the development tracking branch using:
git checkout development
Some additional packages you might want to check out - they are all available through Package Control http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/community
- http://net.tutsplus.com/articles/news/introducing-nettuts-fetch/ (highly recommended)
- https://github.com/BoundInCode/AutoFileName (provides file auto-complete)
- https://github.com/weslly/ColorPicker (choose a color and get the hex code)
- https://github.com/xobb1t/Sublime-AdvancedNewFile (create new files faster)
- https://github.com/kemayo/sublime-text-2-git (git commands)
- https://github.com/facelessuser/ExportHtml (provides printing)
- https://github.com/dz0ny/LiveReload-sublimetext2 (live reload browser)
- https://github.com/bgreenlee/sublime-github (github gists and more)
- https://github.com/virtix/sublime-text-2-mxunit (mxunit testing)
- https://github.com/seancoyne/farcry-sublimetext (farcry snippets)
These packages require manual installation
- https://github.com/adampresley/sublime-cf-js-log-finder (debug output finder)
- https://github.com/timsayshey/Sublime-Text-CFWheels (cfwheels plugin)
- https://github.com/DominicWatson/SublimeText2CfQuickDocsLauncher (cfml documentation)
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