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Plugin for running arbitrary shell commands in Sublime Text 2
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README.md

Shell Turtlestein

A quick and simple way to run arbitrary shell commands in Sublime Text 2.

Mr. Turtlestein acts as a more flexible alternative to Sublime's build systems. Commands run in your project's directory:

input a shell command

And display their output just like Sublime's build systems:

command output

Snippets are available for frequently used commands. All snippets with the scope name source.shell (source.dosbatch for Windows users) can be used in the prompt shown above. I have some examples you can take a look at to get an idea for this.

Default keybindings

  • Ctrl + Shift + C (Cmd + Shift + C): prompt for a shell command
  • Ctrl + Alt + Shift + C (Cmd + Alt + Shift + C): launch a terminal in the window's directory

Optional Configuration

In your own Packages/User/Shell Turtlestein.sublime-commands file you can override the following settings:

  • default_exec_args: The arguments that will be passed to ExecCommand. The same options that are available to build systems are available here, but file_regex, line_regex, encoding, env, and path are the only options that make sense to use with this plugin. Arguments specified in the cmd_config (see below) will override these defaults.
  • cmd_config: An array of configurations to use for commands that are executed. The first configuration to match the command being run will be used. The keys that each configuration should have are:
    • cmd_regex: A regex that must match the command for this configuration for this configuration to be used.
    • exec_args: The arguments from default_exec_args that should be overridden for this command.

PAQ

Q: Who the balls is Shell Turtlestein?

A: He was a pet turtle that died in some episode of Modern Family. That's about as high-brow as my references get. R.I.P. Shell :(

Q: What does "PAQ" stand for?

A: Possibly asked questions

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