Simple command processor for Sublime Text.
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A simple command processor for Sublime Text.

The Problem

The Python console is very cumbersome to use for a number of common tasks. A dedicated command processor for these tasks can improve the experience.

Feature Overview

  • Commands to explore settings, commands and keybindings, and to run commands by name.
  • Integration with PowershellUtils package (if available).
  • Integration with UberSelection package (if available).

Getting Started

If you're running a full installation, simply double click on the .sublime-package files. If you're running a portable installation, perform an installation by hand.

Lastly, run sublime_cmd from the Python console or bind this command to a key combination:


How to Use

SublimeCMD understands the following types of commands:

  • Intrinsic SublimeCMD commands
  • UberSelection commands (see UberSelection docs)
  • PowershellUtils commands (see PowershellUtils docs)

Type commands at the SublimeCMD prompt and press enter.

Intrinsic Commands



At the moment, an argument is always required, even if it's ignored. Some arguments may be simple patterns like hell? world or hell? w*.

Runs or searches commands depending on the modifiers.
Sets or searches settings depending on the modifiers.


Performs a query based on the argument.
Generally forces verbose output from queries. If combined with query, must always precede ?.
Applies command to window or application. By default, commands are applied to the current view.


set word_wrap False

This command modifies the setting for the view in the current session.

set? word_wrap

This command shows the setting's value in the status bar.

set!? w*

This command plots all declared values for all settings beggining with w in the order they are applied.

run:w increase_font_size

This command runs the given argument as a window command.

run!? .

This command shows all found commands. Note the argument is ignored.

Powershell Commands

Precede the command with ! or r!:

![datetime]"$(([datetime]::Now).year)/12/25"-(date)|%{ "Days left until Christmas: $($_.days)"}
Runs the command and outputs results to a new buffer.
Runs the command and reads ouput into selected regions.

UberSelection Commands

Type the command normally:

?^def ?,/^def /-1-V/football/;s/foo/bar/