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A script to convert Sublime Text (and TextMate) snippets and completions into Atom snippets
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A command-line tool to convert Sublime Text snippets and completions, as well as TextMate snippets, into Atom snippets.

Also available as packages for Atom and Sublime Text (see comparison chart).


gem install atomizr


Standard conversion


# Grab a random Sublime Text package
git clone AppleScript

# Usage: atomizr --input=<file> --output=<file> [options]

# Convert completions into CSON
atomizr --input=AppleScript/AppleScript.sublime-completions --output=applescript.cson

# Again, this time to JSON, and using shorthands
atomizr -i AppleScript/AppleScript.sublime-completions -o applescript.json

# Convert completions, one file per completion
atomizr -i AppleScript/AppleScript.sublime-completions -o cson --split

# Convert snippets, merge into one file.
# Put wildcard in quotes!
atomizr -i "AppleScript/snippets/*.sublime-snippet" -o snippets.cson --merge

For all available options, see --help for details

TextMate bundles

Since apm conversion of TextMate bundles requires a specific folder structure, you can use Atomizr to bundle and convert these files.


# Grab a random TextMate bundle
git clone CoffeeScript.tmBundle

# Organize files, convert and delete bundle
atomizr -i CoffeeScript.tmBundle -o atom-language-coffeescript -X


This work is licensed under the The MIT License.


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