HTML, CSS and Javascript code formatter plugin for Sublime Text editor via node.js
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README.md

HTML, CSS and Javascript code formatter for Sublime Text editor via node.js

Sublime Text 2

JSBeautifier

Node.js download

About

This is a Sublime Text 2 plugin and build system allowing you to format your HTML, CSS and JavaScript code. It uses a set of nice beautifier libs made by Einar Lielmanis and Noah Kantrowitz. The formatters are written in JavaScript, so you'll need something (node.js) to interpret JavaScript code outside the browser.

This will work with both HTML, CSS and JavaScript files.

Installation

First of all, be sure you have node.js installed in order to run the beautifier. After you've installed node.js, you will need to setup this plugin. Each OS has a different Packages folder required by Sublime Text. Open it via Preferences -> Browse Packages, and copy this repository contents to the HTMLPrettify folder there.

The shorter way of doing this is:

Linux

git clone git://github.com/victorporof/Sublime-HTMLPrettify.git ~/.config/sublime-text-2/Packages/HTMLPrettify

Mac

git clone git://github.com/victorporof/Sublime-HTMLPrettify.git ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages/HTMLPrettify

Windows

git clone git://github.com/victorporof/Sublime-HTMLPrettify.git %APPDATA%/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages/HTMLPrettify

Usage

Open a HTML or JavaScript file, pop out the console in Sublime Text from View -> Show Console, and type view.run_command("htmlprettify").

Writing commands in the console is ugly. Set up your own key combo for this, by going to Preferences -> Key Bindings - Default, and adding a command in that huge array: { "keys": ["super+shift+h"], "command": "htmlprettify" },. You can use any other command you want, thought most of them are already taken.

Oh noez, command not found!

If you get an error sh: node: command not found or similar, you don't have node in the right path. Try setting the absolute path to node in HTMLPrettify.py! This means from: html = commands.getoutput("node " + ... change to html = commands.getoutput("absolute/path/to/node " + ...

Customize

The HTMLPrettify.py script has some predefined settings regarding the indentation size, indentation character, maximum chars per line and brace styling. Customize these settings by modifying the script with your desired values (see the JSBeautifier options).

Have fun!