I no longer use this plugin so I may not update this anytime soon. Please refer SublimeApex which does almost all the features of this plugin and many more https://github.com/xjsender/SublimeApex
iForce - Sublime text extension to help salesforce development (windows)
If you are using Force.com IDE or Eclipse as your primary IDE, chances are you have everything you need.
- JAVA_HOME - Need to create a environment variable JAVA_HOME to point your JRE eg. _C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_31\jre
- PATH - Add your Ant.bat location to your environment variable PATH eg. C:\Users\your_username\eclipse\plugins\org.apache.ant_1.7.1.v20100518-1145\bin
- Download Force.com Migration Tool from https://your_org_instance.salesforce.com/ui/setup/sforce/ClientDevToolsSetupPage?setupid=ClientDevTools and replace ant-salesforce.jar you have download to your ant library folder. eg. C:\Users\your_username\eclipse\plugins\org.apache.ant_1.7.1.v20100518-1145\lib
- Setup a new project
- Refresh from server
- Quick compile - Deploy current file to salesforce
- Snippets - Create new Class/Trigger/Page with tab triggers (ifc, ift and ifp)
- Syntax auto-set (*.cls, *.trigger and *.page)
Planned to implement in future
- Keep changesets in local git repo
- Option to run SOQL query without leaving sublimetext
- Get fields of an object by selecting object name.
- Execute selected code and return results (Developer console)
Copyright 2012 Palaniraja
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