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  • Python 7 2

    SublimeTradsim

    This Sublime Text package provides translation between Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.

    Updated

  • Python 54 18

    SublimeMarkdownBuild

    This is a Sublime Text plugin for building markdown into html and view it in browser.

    Updated

  • Python 5 7

    SublimeBullet

    This is a Sublime Text plugin for markdown style Bullet points and Number lists. It automatically add * and - for unordered lists, > for blockquotes, and numbered items for number lists.

    Updated

  • FingerText

    Tab triggered snippet plugin for Notepad++.

    Updated

  • package_control_channel

    forked from wbond/package_control_channel

    The default channel file for the Sublime Package Control package manager. Fork, add your repository and send a pull request.

    Updated

  • Python 2 1

    SublimeRspecBuild

    A Sublime Text 2 Package for Running Rspec Files

    Updated

  • Python 3 0

    BuildParts

    This is a Sublime Text plugin for executing (or building) part of your code. (It should work for any language that the Sublime Text 2 originally can build)

    Updated

  • SublimeMarkdown

    This Sublime Text plugin is broken down into two plugins: SublimeMarkdownBuild and SublimeBullet

    Updated

  • tradsim

    A Ruby gem for translation between Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.

    Updated

  • gist

    forked from defunkt/gist

    Potentially the best command line gister.

    Updated

  • auto_click

    Provide several Ruby methods for simulating mouse click, cursor movement and keystrokes in Windows. This gem use DL library and SendInput method so there is no dependency on FFI, AutoIt or Win32-api. (More control over mouse movement such as speed or locus will be implemented in future releases)

    Updated

  • Ruby 1 0

    git_editor

    Git Editor is an editor for using git on Windows. It provide syntax highlighting during config editing, interactive rebasing and committing. You can install it as a gem or you can choose the standalone version if you are not using ruby.

    Updated