Opa mode for Sublime Text
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This is the Opa plugin for Sublime Text 2. Opa: http://opalang.org Sublime: http://www.sublimetext.com/ # Plugin Features 1) Syntax highlighting 2) Build system 3) Code completion 4) Contextual access to the online API documentation 5) Tutorials (one for now) # How to install the Opa plugin ? 1) Get https://github.com/downloads/MLstate/OpaSublimeText/Opa.sublime-package 2) Move it to ~/.config/sublime-text2/Installed Packages/ (linux) or %APPDATA%\Sublime Text 2\Installed Packages\ (windows) or ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 2/Installed Packages (mac) 3) Start sublime and check that menu entry [View -> Syntax -> Opa] is present If not verify 1) and 2) and restart sublime again and again # How to have syntax highlighting? File with .opa extension should automatically get syntax highlighting. If not, please make sure you are using the Opa plugin [View -> Syntax -> Opa]. # How to build my application? Choose a build system: - [Tools -> Build -> Build System -> Opa-All] builds all Opa files in the current directory - [Tools -> Build -> Build System -> Opa-One] builds the single Opa source code you are editing - [Tools -> Build -> Build System -> Opa-Conf] uses opa conf files from the current directory. Then press F7 or launch from the menu [Tools -> Opa -> Build]. If there are compilation errors such as parsing or typing errors, you can navigate between them using F4. # FAQ ## Can I use the classic Opa syntax? Yes, the Opa plugin also supports the classic syntax of Opa. Edit Opa-XXX.sublime-build, and add "--parser classic" in the cmd field just after opa. ## How to run my application? Press F7 or [Tools -> Opa -> Run] The compilation is done automatically, but there is a sync problem. So it's safer to build before for now. # Other Features - Hit [ctrl+d] or [right-click -> Opa Doc] to query doc.opalang.org for the highlighted word - The Opa plugin features code completion on the Opa standard library. Try it, for instance by typing "Lfo" to expand to List.fold. - The plugin also features skeletons for several Opa constructs. Try it, for instance by typing "function", select the completion, then: - enter the function name - press "tab" - enter the function body - press tab - You can also play with the (first) tutorial by typing "TUTORIAL" and selecting the completion. # Install from Source Copy the content of the plugin repository to a new Opa directory in your Sublime directory. You can build the Sublime package yourself if you want: 1) Install the AAAPackage Dev and Package Control Sublime packages 2) Transform Opa.JSON-tmLanguage: - Open the file - Select build system json to tmLanguage - F7 3) Hit [ctrl+p -> "Package Control: Create Package File" -> "Opa"] 4) You should have the plugin in Opa.sublime-package # Questions, contributions Please use github Issues, fork and contribute Pull Requests to make the Opa plugin rock as much as possible. Thanks!