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by the0ther ST2

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  • OS X 8
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Source
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Bit.ly Sublime Plugin

Hello, this is a small plugin I've put together based on a demo I found on the web at Nettuts+.

I find the URL-shortening service Bit.ly to be quite handy. Short URLs are aesthetically pleasing, to be sure. The thing I really like about Bit.ly though are the reports I can get about shortened links I've sent others.

This is an early release.

Contributions are welcome, there are some bugs I'm quite sure. A little short on time here…aren't we all?

Settings

The only settings for this plugin are account-related. You can use this plugin with your own account by using the following settings:

{
    "api_login": "<YOUR_BITLY_USERNAME_HERE>",
    "api_key": "<YOUR_API_KEY_HERE>"
}

To get a new API key from Bit.ly visit this link.

Todos

  • Add instructions for obtaining API from Bit.ly
  • Add in contextual menu, so you can choose 1 URL to shorten
  • Check config, provide user feedback if the user provides invalid username/api-key
  • New Features
    • “Shorten all Markdown formatted links”
  • Rebrand/Rename this as a tool to “Monitor Links”, the way I use it to verify if people bother to look at links I've put into a document.

Issues

  1. Needs tests
  2. The regular expression used to detect URLs is not well-tested.
  3. May change so it ensures no spaces in the highlighted string, as a safety precaution. As it works now a user may select a large string with spaces and this has unpredictable behavior. At least test out what happens and perhaps update the code to prevent it, if that is not already happening.