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Auto Fold

by fermads ST3

Sublime plugin for auto folding tags, attributes or any strings matching a regular expression

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  • Win 4K
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  • Linux 897
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Sublime Auto Fold

Sublime Text 3 plugin for automatically folding tags, attributes or any configurable string matching a regular expression

Plugin default settings will:

  • fold rel, content and type attributes from HTML files
  • fold <script> tags from HTML files
  • fold all absolute http* urls leaving the last characters (default: 20)

Instead of having long urls cluttering your view like this:
unfolded

Have urls automatically folded when opening or saving files:
folded

Or add your own tags, attributes and regular expressions to auto fold. To change the default settings copy the settings file to [Sublime path]/Data/Packages/User/AutoFold.sublime-settings and change it.

Install

Using Package Control for Sublime Text, simply install the Auto Fold package.

ctrl+shift+p (Win, Linux) or cmd+shift+p (OS X) > type/choose: Install Package > type/choose: auto fold

Usage

Example 1: open any HTML file with tags containing attributes rel, content or src. These attribute values will be folded. Saving the file will also fold them.

Example 2: open any HTML, CSS or Markdown file with absolute urls. These urls will be folded on open and on save.