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Breadcrumbs

by qbolec ALL

A Sublime 2 Plugin which adds breadcrumbs to the status bar based on scopes the current line belongs to

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Breadcrumbs

A plugin for Sublime Text 2 and 3, which shows the breadcrumbs to your current caret position based on indentation. Breadcrumbs can be displayed in the statusbar, a popup (via Show Breadcrumbs) or in between the lines of your code (via Show Breadcrumbs Inline).

For example if your code looks like this:

foo(){
  bar:
    if (whatever){
      cox()
    } else {
      blah ->
        zoo
    }
}

With the caret at the line with zoo, the breadbrumbs would be: foo(){, bar:, } else {, and blah ->. The “crumbs” can be fine-tuned using a regex.

This approach is language agnostic, can be quite usefull for code that spans many lines and when tracking indentation and context is difficult. It can also help you get your bearings after jumping into a large file (e.g. via search or goto).

Installation

We recommend using Package Control:

  1. Press CTRL+SHIFT+P (on Mac: CMD+SHIFT+P)
  2. Select “Package Control: Install Package”
  3. Search for “Breadcrumbs”
  4. Hit Enter

Settings

The settings include values to limit the length of breadcrumbs and you can create your own regular expressions so it includes only what you need. Settings can be further customized per syntax.

Open Preferences > Package Settings > Breadcrumbs > Settings to view all options.

Example key bindings

This package doesn't provide key bindings for its commands, allowing you to customize them as you see fit. Here are some examples:

{ "keys": ["super+ctrl+b"], "command": "breadcrumbs_popup" },
{ "keys": ["super+ctrl+alt+b"], "command": "breadcrumbs_phantom" }