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Sublime plugin for CSScomb—CSS coding style formatter

Details

  • 2015.02.03.23.14.11
  • github.​com
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  • 2 years ago
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Installs

  • Total 208K
  • Win 131K
  • OS X 55K
  • Linux 22K
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Windows 100 169 190 126 123 151 198 185 161 185 127 109 162 199 161 158 187 144 143 174 216 157 133 141 96 122 182 156 178 194 174 111 111 147 191 147 167 201 115 125 160 196 200 214 206 116
OS X 20 43 56 28 31 29 36 56 51 47 27 19 33 51 46 41 45 26 36 31 39 30 36 42 13 30 56 49 55 60 44 21 23 41 46 35 44 43 28 21 37 51 42 45 51 25
Linux 9 30 18 19 14 19 27 19 21 20 14 16 32 19 20 23 23 21 33 30 14 21 20 14 9 17 22 21 28 31 23 13 18 14 27 11 26 17 18 8 20 19 17 12 25 20

Readme

Source
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CSScomb for Sublime Text

About

CSScomb is a coding style formatter for CSS.
You can easily write your own configuration to make your stylesheets beautiful and consistent.

The Requirements

You need Node.js to make this plugin work.

Caveats

If node has been installed with NVM you need to make a symlink to node in /usr/local/bin. Using OS X, the binary path would typically be /Users/[your name]/.nvm/[node version]/bin/node.

Plugin usage

Press ctrl+shift+c or open “Tools” menu and select “Run CSScomb”.

Custom configuration

Custom configuration is fun and simple: just put .csscomb.json file in the project root or your HOME directory.

You can read more about available options in docs.

You can also store config right in ST's settings.
Open Preferences > Package Settings > CSScomb and see Settings - Default for an example.

Issues & bugs

Plugin tracker
CSScomb tracker

Authors

@tonyganch