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CosmoX edited this page May 9, 2018 · 6 revisions

My snippet's language is classified as "Other"

Lepton depends on GitHub API to detect the language. If it fails, the snippet's language is marked as "Other". However, we can put // vim: syntax=<your_language> at the top to explicitly specify the language.

// vim: syntax=javascript
let test = 'This is a javascript file'


Shortcut: Shift + Space. Limited by GitHub API, Lepton supports searching for following fields.

  • filename
  • description
  • tag
  • gist id

Title and Tags

Use the following pattern to specify the titles and tags for your snippets.

[title] description #tag1 #tag2


Place your proxy configurations in ~/.leptonrc. Update the "address" field to your own proxy.

    "proxy": {
        "enable": true,
        "address": "socks://localhost:1080"

Check out the .leptonrc template to explore more configuration options.


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