ITE - Integrated Toolset Environment
The goal is to create a Stable set of packages which can work together, leading your Sublime Text to be able to program/develop any language you ever need to.
Either its Stable or its Development version have been Stable for some time. Anyone interested in using it, can just follow the installation instructions at the Installation section.
Any interested in contributing, can just do so by creating a new issue with your new ideias or issues. You can check the issue tracker for a list of issues to be worked on. Note, there are some issues I already fixed, just forgot to close them yet.
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- ITE - Integrated Toolset Environment
- The table of contents used on this Markdown was generated by:
git clone https://github.com/evandroforks/markdown-toc
npm -g install
When following the installation steps, you are going to be prompted to install either the Stable or Development version. If you are planning to fix bugs and contribute to Sublime Text plugins Development, you should choose the Development installation. But, if you are only looking to use things and report bugs, you can choose the Stable installation.
- Download & Install
Sublime Text 3(https://www.sublimetext.com/3)
- Go to the menu
Tools -> Install Package Control, then, wait few seconds until the installation finishes up
Go to the menu
Preferences -> Package Control
Add Channelon the opened quick panel and press Enter
input the following address and press Enter
- Go to the menu
Tools -> Command Palette... (Ctrl+Shift+P)
Preferences: Package Control Settings – Useron the opened quick panel and press Enter
find the following setting on your
"channels": [ "https://packagecontrol.io/channel_v3.json", "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/evandrocoan/StudioChannel/master/channel.json", ],
change it to the following, i.e.,
https://raw.githubusercontent...line as first:
"channels": [ "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/evandrocoan/StudioChannel/master/channel.json", "https://packagecontrol.io/channel_v3.json", ],
https://raw.githubusercontent...line must to be added before the
https://packagecontrol.io...one, otherwise, you will not install this forked version of the package, but the original available on the Package Control default channel
go to the menu
Preferences -> Package Control
Install Packageon the opened quick panel and press Enter
StudioChanneland press Enter
- After finished installing the
StudioChannelpackage, just follow the instructions on the screen.
If you chose the Stable Installation, on this section you are going to be introduced with Stable installation tips.
While installing the Stable version, you can quickly edit any installed packages files by:
- Opening the command palette and
running the command
PackageResourceViewer: Extract All Packages.
- And setting the PackagesManager setting
You can also open the
SublimeStudio.sublime-project inside the
Packages/StudioChannel package (
git submodule) to quickly view/edit all installed
if you are using the Stable version and
as all packages are distributed unpacked on the Stable version,
all of your changes to the installed packages are going to be lost when they upgrade.
If you would like to save them after the upgrade,
you can use the
OverrideUnpackedPackages for more information.
You can create a
git repository on the root of your Stable Sublime Text installation by using the following
/.sublime/ /Backup/ /Cache/ /Index/ /KEEPME /Local/ /Settings/ /Packages/User/FileHistory*.json /Packages/User/PackagesManager.cache/* **/.git/** *.sublime-package
This should exclude most undesired/binary things and allow you to fiercely control which changes happens with your Sublime Text Stable installation of the ITE.
If you chose the Development Installation, on this section you are going to be introduced with Development instructions/tips.
If you installed the Development version, you need to have installed on your system path variable the following programs:
Beyond your a local
it is recommended to install some
git client interface as SmartGit,
in order to manage this project because it has very complex submodules management.
git client need to have the user/login and
password cached because some commands used by some packages like the Channel Manager,
git operations like
git pull and
git push. Then,
if your username or
password is not cached,
these packages commands which do
are going to hang/block/not work properly.
To cache your
git password you can use tools like:
git clone Go to Top
It is not advised to use the
git --clone command because
git is buggy and
cannot handle to clone this repository correctly.
By following the installation instructions just above,
you are going to be prompted whether you would like to install the Stable version or
the Development version.
And choosing the Development,
this repository is going to programmatically and
correctly be cloned by a Python Script.
there is not need to directly use the
git clone command.
if you feel like manually using the
git clone command,
you need to pass the
--recursive option and
use it like this:
git clone --recursive -j4 https://github.com/evandrocoan/ITE
-j4 parameter is to parallelly clone the repository using up to 4 threads or
Even if you choose to install the Development version, by the automated installer, it will not install the default upstream for Sublimehq/Packages. For it, you can just run these commands:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/evandroforks/Packages mv Packages/.git "$SUBLIME_TEXT_DATA/Packages/.git"
you will need to open the directory
$SUBLIME_TEXT_DATA/Packages as a usual
which is completely disconnected from the main ITE repository.
For an updated list of packages to not enable see the issue:
- https://github.com/evandrocoan/SublimeStudio/issues/50 Ignored packages to not enable!
Use on the console: (View -> Show Console)
sublime.log_input(True); sublime.log_commands(True); sublime.log_result_regex(True); sublime.log_indexing(True);
To disable it do:
sublime.log_input(False); sublime.log_commands(False); sublime.log_result_regex(False); sublime.log_indexing(False);
All files in this repository are released under GNU General Public License v3.0 or
the latest version available on http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html,
except the files coming from
git submodules (see .gitmodules file) and
the files/directories which include their own license header/file.
Sublime Studio, A set of Settings and Packages for Sublime Text 3 Copyright (C) 2018 Evandro Coan <https://github.com/evandrocoan> Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. Neither the name Evandro Coan nor the names of any contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission. This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
For more information see:
All the other files within each
git submodule have its own license specified, except until 19/09/2017,
where the following linked packages as
git submodules by the file .gitmodules,
does not include an explicit license from their original author: