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Sublime Kulture

A Sublime Text 3 extension for ASP.NET vNext

In this readme you will learn how to install the components to get started with ASP.NET in Sublime Text 3. There is also a getting started tutorial to show you some of the features included with this release.

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Installation: Mac OS X

  1. Install ASP.NET vNext Command Line Tools

  2. Download Sublime Text 3

  3. Install Sublime Kulture Using the Package Control Plugin

  • Follow these instructions to install package control
  • Bring up the Command Palette (Cmd + Shift + P on OS X, Ctrl + Shift + P on Windows).
  • Select Package Control: Install Package
  • Select Kulture when the list appears.
  • Package Control will automatically keep Kulture up to date with the latest version.

Manual Install

  • Install Sublime Kulture by cloning this repo into /Users/{user}/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages
    git clone https://github.com/ligershark/Kulture.git

Installation: Windows

  1. Install ASP.NET vNext Command Line Tools
  • Perpare Powershell execution policy. In an Admin PowerShell window execute the following command.
Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned
  • From an admin command prompt window run the following command
powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy unrestricted -Command "iex ((new-object net.webclient).DownloadString('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/aspnet/Home/master/kvminstall.ps1'))"
  • Close the command prompt window and open a new command prompt window and run the following commands
kvm upgrade
  • If Sublime was already installed and running while installing ASP.NET vNext Command Line Tools, you will need to restart Sublime for the changes to work.
  1. Download and Install Sublime Text 3

  2. Install Sublime Kulture

Using the Package Control Plugin

  • Follow these instructions to install package control
  • Bring up the Command Palette (Cmd + Shift + P on OS X, Ctrl + Shift + P on Windows).
  • Select Package Control: Install Package
  • Select Kulture when the list appears.
  • Package Control will automatically keep Schema Validator up to date with the latest version.

Manual Install

  • Install Sublime vNext by cloning this repo into C:\Users\{user}\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 3\Packages
    git clone https://github.com/ligershark/Kulture.git

Note: The Sublime Text 3 directory may not exist if you have never launched Sublime before. If you are unable to locate this directory try launching Sublime and try again

#Getting Started

This tutorial will show you how you can get started with ASP.NET vNext in Sublime Text 3. After completing this tutorial you will be familiar with how to use Sublime Kulture and its primary features.

The first thing we will do is grab the samples. Using your favorite git client clone the repo at ASP.NET vNext Home

git clone https://github.com/shirhatti/Home.git

If you prefering using yo instead you can download our yeoman generator

Note: This requires you to have node.js and npm already installed

npm install -g yo
npm install -g generator-aspnet

To run the yeoman scaffolder, type

yo aspnet

Let's go ahead and open the included HelloMvc sample in Sublime. In Sublime, click on File -> Open Folder and navigate to the Home\Samples\HelloMvc to open it up.

Note: In Sublime for Mac use the File -> Open command

Since we just grabbed this from source control there are NuGet packages which this project requires that are missing. To restore the NuGet packages

  • Press Ctrl(Cmd) + Shift + P to bring up the command palette
  • Type Run K Commands and hit Enter (Return)
  • Type kpm restore and hit Enter (Return)

Note: when executing kpm restore if you get an error about missing NuGet packages you can execute the alternate command kpm restore -s https://www.myget.org/F/aspnetvnext/api/v2

You should see a Terminal/Powershell window launch and execute your commands.

Now, let's go ahead and tell Sublime to use ASP.NET as the build system. To do this, click Tools -> Build System -> ASP.NET

  • Press Ctrl(Cmd) + B or F7 to build projects

You should be able to see the output of your build in the output window towards the bottom of your screen. At this point your code should have built successfully.

Now let's see what the experience looks like if there is an error in your .cs file. Introduce an error in the Startup.cs file and try building again. You should now see errors in the output window. You can navigate through the errors as follows

  • F4 takes you to the next error
  • Shft + F4 takes you to the previous error

When an error has focus it will be highlighted in the build results and your cursor will be taken to the line and column where the error was reported.

After we resolve all the errors we have introduced, let us try and run the application

  • Press Ctrl(Cmd) + Shift + P to bring up the command palette
  • Type Run K Commands and hit Enter (Return)
  • Type k web and hit Enter (Return)
  • If you are on a Mac, type k kestrel and hit Enter (Return)

You should see a Terminal/Powershell window launch and start running your server. You can navigate to http://localhost:5001 (or http://localhost:5000 on a Mac) in your favorite browser you view the website.

#Intellisense

To be able to get intellisense working within Sublime please install OmnisharpSublime (follow the instructions in the README).

To get intellisense with ASP.Net vNext projects you need to create a project file in Sublime. Go to Project - Save Project As and enter in a name for your project. OmniSharpSublime will use this to know what files and assemblies it needs to provide intellisense for (TIP : Close & Re-Open Sublime if you do not see intellisense, it may take 10 secs for the intellisense server OmniSharpServer to start once Sublime has loaded all the plugins)

Once OmniSharpSublime is installed and you have a project file you should be able to see intellisense:

intellisense

Credits

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  Copyright (c) 2011 Will Bond 

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