Set of plugins for beloved sublime text editor.
This set of plugins were designed for 3 purposes:
- Mouseless usage of sublime
- Navigation (in code and files) improvement
- Common micro-tasks automation
For most people it will be convinient to cherry-pick one or two packages of sublime-enhanced that will be useful for them. If you feel like hacker and have a free day you can try full installation.
Default keybinding activation
Keymaps listed in readmes are disabled by default. You should add next line to your "User/Preferences.sublime-settings" file ("Preferences: Settings - User" in command palette) to enable those keybindings.
Please read readme-warning.md, readme-usage.md, and readme-keymap.md before full installation. Sublime-enhanced has a lot of unobvious behavior and keyboard shortcuts that replace default sublime's behavior which is partially covered by these files.
You also can help the project by opening pull requests or issues, or by watching/staring plugins you like.
for full installation read readme-installation.md file
for cherry-pick installation:
- install package dependencies (listed in each package in "Dependencies sections") if any
- open command palette
- type "install package"
- enter package name
- hit "enter"
Plugins to start with
- SnippetCaller and SnippetManager
- StatusMessage and ShellStatus
Warnings that should be read before installation: readme-warning.md
Complete plugins list: readme-list.md
A bit of explanations of sublime-enhanced: readme-philosophy.md
Main usecases overview: readme-usage.md
Full keymap (in order to read it, clone this repo and open file "readme-keymap.html" in browser - full keymap was too large to put it in markdown): readme-keymap.html
Packages that I want todo in future:
KeymapConverter (convert your keymap to different locale to use keybindings when keyboard are switched to different locale)
InsertSnippetEnhanced (snippets with multicursors)
HtmlNavigation (goto into/out/over tag, append/detach tag to selection, select in tag or tag definition)