Quick reference for those pesky little details that just won't stay in your head.
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This is a collection of various brain dumps gathered throughout my journey of poking a bunch of things with a stick. Its main purpouse is to act as a quick reference for those pesky little details that just won't stay in your head but it can also be a starting point in learning something awesome and new.
- Make sure you have Package Control installed
Ctrl+Shift+Pto open the command palette
installand search for the
Package Control: Install Package
- Search for the package named
Cheatsheetand install it
- Go to the packages directory (
Preferences -> Browse packages)
- Clone this repository into the packages directory
Open the command palette using
Cheatsheet followed by the command or part of the cheatsheet name.
Place your own cheatsheets under
~/.cheatsheet and restart SublimeText or run the
Refresh local database command.
Make sure your files have the
||Open the specified cheatsheet.|
|Refresh local database||Remove invalid cheatsheets and add new ones to the command palette by scanning the local database folder|
I do not claim full ownership over the content from whithin the cheatsheets due to the fact that it has been gathered from various sources at the time that I researched each subject and beyond that. Therefore the cheatsheets are a derivate product of said information.