SaneSnippets consist of text files with little bit of YAML front matter. They're optimized for human readability, not XML parsers:
--- description: Lorizzle tabTrigger: lorizzle scope: text.plain --- Lorizzle sure dolizzle sit amizzle, pot adipiscing shizznit. Nullizzle check out this velit, fo shizzle volutpizzle, suscipit quizzle, doggy vizzle, yippiyo. Pellentesque tellivizzle tortizzle. Sizzle erizzle. Mah nizzle izzle shizzle my nizzle crocodizzle sizzle dang tempizzle bizzle. Maurizzle pellentesque nibh et turpizzle. Shiz izzle gizzle. Pellentesque nizzle rhoncus i saw beyonces tizzles and my pizzle went crizzle. In daahng dawg habitasse cool boom shackalack. Brizzle dapibizzle. Curabitur nizzle pimpin', pretizzle da bomb, mattizzle ac, eleifend vitae, nunc. Mofo suscipizzle. We gonna chung sempizzle go to hizzle phat gizzle.
... because nobody likes hand-coding XML.
To use, add
.sane-snippet files to any Sublime Text package. I personally keep
Pick this option. Install via Sublime Package Control,
Package Control: Install Package menu item. Look for
in the package list.
Clone SaneSnippets into your
# cd to packages dir ... git clone https://github.com/bobthecow/sublime-sane-snippets.git SaneSnippets
- Download the latest version
- Unzip and rename the folder to
- Move the folder into your
The Packages directory is located at:
~/.Sublime Text 2/Packages/
~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 2/Packages/
%APPDATA%/Sublime Text 2/Packages/
sublime.packages_path() into the console (
.sane-snippet files anywhere in your Sublime Text Packages directory.
sane.sublime-snippet) will be regenerated every time you start
Sublime Text and their contents have changed. When you save a
file using Sublime Text its containing directory will be rescaned for changed
SaneSnippets. This allows you to rename your snippets while still detecting and
deleting the old unused snippet (with no corresponding
You can manually regenerate all SaneSnippets in the whole packages directory
SaneSnippets: Regenerate SaneSnippets command from the command
Cmd+Shift+p) or the menu (Tools > Packages >
SaneSnippets > Regenerate SaneSnippets).
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