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README.md

Sublime Text Unofficial Documentation

Update 2020-03-20: Because @guillermooo is AWOL, resulting in both the build pipeline and the domain being effectively unmaintained, the project has been forked to https://github.com/sublimetext-io/docs.sublimetext.io, accessible at https://docs.sublimetext.io/. See #270 for details.


We started this project to fill the gaps in the Sublime Text official documentation.

Read this guide online for free.

You can follow our progress here and on our public Trello board.

Contributing

We accept error reports and requests for new content via our issue tracker, and encourage you to send pull requests (but we cannot guarantee they will always be merged).

Please follow our style guidelines as described in CONTRIBUTING.md.

This repository includes a .sublime-project with predefined settings and a build system that builds the HTML docs using Sphinx.

Building (HTML Preview)

In order to build and preview the docs, you'll need Sphinx, which in turn requires Python 2.7. Python 3+ will not work.

pip install sphinx

By default, the docs' preview will display a standard Sphinx theme, but you can install and use ReadTheDocs' theme if you prefer that:

pip install sphinx_rtd_theme

If this theme is available, the build system will pick it up.

After the build is finished, you can open build/html/index.html in your browser to see the guide.

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