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Auto​It Plys

by NSUSpray ST3

More powerful AutoIt language and Plys dialect package for Sublime Text (including context help and “goto” feature)

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AutoIt Plys package for Sublime Text

More powerful AutoIt language and Plys dialect package for Sublime Text including better syntax highlighting, auto-completions, build systems for run and compile, context help, “goto” feature, comments toggling, Tidy and Include Helper command.

Requirements

Installation

  • Package control method (with autoupdate):
    1. open Sublime Text
    2. go to Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows/Linux, ⇧⌘P on macOS) and enter “Install Package”
    3. type “AutoIt Plys”, select appropriate item and press Enter
  • Manual method (without autoupdate):
    1. clone repository or download ZIP with source files
    2. extract package folder to the Sublime packages folder Main menu > Preferences > Browse Packages…
    3. rename folder to “AutoIt Plys”

Features

Command palette

On Windows: if you have the default Sublime Text keybindings intact, then you can

  • run/compile/translate the current file (with AutoIt3.exe, Aut2Exe.exe or plys.aup.au3) via Ctrl+B
  • change the build mode (between run/compile/translate) via Ctrl+Shift+B
  • take you to AutoIt Help for word under cursor (context help) via F1 NEW

Also some features are available from the main menu Tools > AutoIt Plys, including via mnemonics:

  • invoke Include Helper on the current file AltTII
  • invoke AutoIt Window Info AltTIF
  • invoke AutoIt Help AltTIH
  • invoke Plys Help AltTIP NEW
  • invoke Tidy on the current file (if it’s installed) via AltTIT

On any platform you can

  • go to definition of the function by its name under cursor via F12 NEW
  • show list of the all functions in current file via Ctrl+R on Windows/Linux, ⌘R on macOS NEW

Go to definition and send keys highlighting

Advanced Configuration

For the build systems and Tidy command, if you have a non-default installation you will need to set your specific path to AutoIt3.exe, Aut2Exe.exe, and Tidy.exe in a file named AutoIt.sublime-settings in your User folder. You can access the settings file from Menu Preferences > Package Settings > AutoIt Plys > Settings. You should make a copy of left side panel at right side panel.

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