If you're using Mac OS X (or Linux), you can quickly install all of the extentions here "as-is", using
./install.sh script. It installs into your Sublime Text 2's shared folder (it's OS-dependent).
The script tries to detect it and has been tested on Mac OS X and Ubuntu.
- Quit all running instances of Sublime Text 2
After that, you may need to adjust the settings in the following files:
$SUBLIME_SHARED_FOLDER/Packages/User/Base\ File.sublime-settings-- you may need to adjust the
font_sizeproperties (you may not have my fonts installed).
$SUBLIME_SHARED_FOLDER/Packages/User/Global.sublime-settings-- you may need to comment this line if you're experiencing glitches/rendering problems in the chrome UI of Sublime.
SublimeText 2 Extensions
Here you can find some SublimeText 2 extensions I've written to make this great editor even more convenient. The extensions include plugins, snippets and also some configuration options and key bindings. Basically, everything major I found the need to modify in order to suit my needs better.
Plugins live under the
plugins/ folder. Each plugin usually spans only a single Python file.
To find out more about the purpose or example usage of a given plugin, please check the corresponding Python file. The description of the plugin should be at the beginning of the file.
Snippets reside under the
snippets/ folder. They're just small XML files. You can easily customize
them if you wish. You can find more info about snippets in the
settings/ folder you will find all of my SublimeText 2's configuration files, including
key bindings, chrome UI themes, global settings, etc. These files reside under my
folder. In them you may stumble on references to plugins not (yet) present in this repository.
They're probably plugins from
theblacklion's sublime_plugins project.
To install a plugin, you just need to place the corresponding Python file into your SublimeText 2's
Packagesfolder. The location of this folder is OS-specific. You can find more details on the subject in the unofficial documentation.
To install a snippet, you need to place the snippet file under any subfolder of
Packages. If you place the snippet deeper in the file hierarchy, it will not be automatically loaded by SublimeText 2.
As for the settings, you can just place the appropriate config file somewhere under your
Packages/Userfolder. I use hardlinks between my clone of this Git repo and the file under