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// default_extend_env are used to augment any environment variables
// that should be visible for all subprocess repls launched within
// SublimeREPL. This is a very good place to add PATH extension
// once "PATH": "{PATH}:/home/username/mylocalinstalls/bin" or whatever
"default_extend_env": {},
// Specify whether to move repls to a different Sublime Text group (frame)
// immediately on opening. Setting this to true will simply move it to
// the 'next' group from the one that was in focus when it was opened
// (one down with row layout, one to the right with column and grid
// layout). Alternatively, you can set this to the index of the group in
// which you want all repls to be opened (index 0 being the top-left group).
// Activating this option will NOT automatically change your layout/create
// a new group if it isn't open.
"open_repl_in_group": true,
// Persistent history is stored per REPL external_id, it means that all python
// REPLS will share history. If you wish you can disable history altogether
"persistent_history_enabled": true,
// By default SublimeREPL leaves REPL view open once the underlying subprocess
// dies or closes connection. This is useful when the process dies for an unexpected
// reason as it allows you to inspect it output. If you want. Setting this
// to true will cause SublimreREPL to close view once the process died.
"view_auto_close": false,
// On POSIX system SublimeText launched from GUI does not inherit
// a proper environment. Often leading to problems with finding interpreters
// or not using the ones affected by changes in ~/.profile / *rc files
// This command is used as a workaround, it's launched before any subprocess
// repl starts and it's output is parsed as an environment
"getenv_command": ["/bin/bash", "--login", "-c", "env"],
// Some terminals output ascii color codes which are not currently supported
// enable this option to filter them out.
"filter_ascii_color_codes": true,
// Where to look for python virtualenvs
"python_virtualenv_paths": [
"~/.virtualenvs", // virtualenvwrapper
"~/.venv" // venv.bash
// Use arrows for history navigation instead of Alt+[P|N]/Ctrl+[P|N]
"history_arrows": true,
// standard sublime view settings that will be overwritten on each repl view
// this has to be customized as a whole dictionary
"repl_view_settings": {
"translate_tabs_to_spaces": false,
"auto_indent": false,
"smart_indent": false,
"spell_check": false,
"indent_subsequent_lines": false,
"detect_indentation": false,
"auto_complete": true,
"line_numbers": false,
"gutter": false
// this settings exposes additional variables in repl config files, especially
// those related to sublime projects that are not available through standard API
// WARNING: this will switch your build system back to Automatic each time a REPL
// is started so beware!
"use_build_system_hack": false,
// IP address used to setup autocomplete server in sublimerepl.
// changing this is usefull when you want to exclude one address
// from proxychains/tsocks routing
"autocomplete_server_ip": "",
// Mapping is used, when external_id of REPL does not match
// source.[xxx] scope of syntax definition used to highlight
// files from which text is being transfered. For example octave
// repls use source.matlab syntax files and w/o this mapping text transfer
// will not work
"external_id_mapping": {
"octave": "matlab"
// If set to true, SublimeREPL will try to append evaluated code to repl
// output before evaluation (e.g. Ctrl+, f)
"show_transferred_text": false,
// If set to true repl view (tab) that receives text for evaluation will
// be brought to front after text transfer. Note: This will not fire if repl view
// is in the same tab group as the view from which the code is sent.
"focus_view_on_transfer": true