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Auto​Soft​Wrap

by mandx ST2/ST3

SublimeText 2/3 to auto enable "Word Wrap" only for certain extensions

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  • 2013.07.10.13.49.49
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 6 years ago
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AutoSoftWrap

SublimeText 2/3 to auto enable “Word Wrap” only for certain extensions

Description

AutoSoftWrap is a plugin for Sublime Text 2 and 3 that when enabled, every time a new buffer is loaded, and the filename extension is listed in the plugin settings, automatically enables View -> Word Wrap. This is mostly useful when viewing/editing lightweight markup languages like Markdown.

Really useful when reading documentation maintained inside code repositories, but enabling Word Wrap globally is not desirable.

Installation

AutoSoftWrap can be installed in a variety of ways:

  • Using Package Control

    Open Package Control Select 'Install Package' Find and select 'AutoSoftWrap'

  • By cloning this repository in Packages

    cd into your Packages folder
    git clone https://github.com/mandx/SublimeAutoSoftWrap.git .
    

Configuration

Right now there's only one setting to configure AutoSoftWrap extensions: It's a list of extensions to check when a file is first loaded, and if it matches one on this list, then Word Wrap is automatically enabled.

By default the default extension list is set to:

{
    "extensions": [
        "markdown", "mdown", "md",
        "textile", "rdoc", "org",
        "creole", "mediawiki", "rst",
        "asciidoc", "pod", "txt"
    ]
}

This is the same list of lightweight markup formats supported by GitHub Markup