This is a simple plugin get the scope under the cursor(s) in Sublime Text. This is useful for plugin development.
All commands are accessible via the command palatte.
Show scope under cursor or cursors (depending whether multi-select is enabled)
Toggle scoping under cursor constantly.
All features are configurable via the settings file
- Dump scope to status bar (no multi-select support)
- Dump scope extent in line/char format and/or point format
- Dump output to auto-popup panel and/or console
- Copy scope(s) to clipboard
- Multi-select support for all output except status bar
- Highlight scope extent
- Show color scheme colors and selectors (may not work under some linux distros)
Scope Hunter is released under the MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2012 Isaac Muse email@example.com
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