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by exiahuang ST3

Cmder for Sublime Text run customer command, `Cmder for Sublime Text` run any command. You can use it to run any os command, such as python, java, ruby, go, c, c++, github, docker, heroku, etc.

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Cmder for Sublime Text

Cmder for Sublime Text run customer command, Cmder for Sublime Text run any command. You can use it to run any os command, such as python, java, ruby, go, c, c++, github, docker, heroku, etc.

How tu run

shortkey: ctrl+alt+i

How to config

custom config

{
    // ${workspaceFolder} - the path of the folder opened in Sublime
    // ${workspaceFolderBasename} - the name of the folder opened in Sublime without any slashes (/)
    // ${file} - the current opened file
    // ${relativeFile} - the current opened file relative to workspaceFolder
    // ${fileBasename} - the current opened file's basename
    // ${fileBasenameNoExtension} - the current opened file's basename with no file extension
    // ${fileDirname} - the current opened file's dirname
    // ${fileExtname} - the current opened file's extension
    // ${cwd} - the task runner's current working directory on startup
    // ${selectedText} - the current selected text in the active file
    // ${input:custom_string} - Custom String
    // set default input value in "custom_env" object
    "tasks" : [
        {
            "label" : "echo:env",
            "command": "echo JAVA_HOME:${env:JAVA_HOME}, USERPROFILE:${env:USERPROFILE}"
        },
        {
            "label" : "java:version",
            "command": "java -version"
        },
        {
            "label" : "windows:new:file",
            "command": "type nul > \"${input:workspaceFolder}/${input:file_name}\""
        },
        {
            "label" : "linux:new:file",
            "command": "touch \"${input:workspaceFolder}/${input:file_name}\""
        },
        {
            "label" : "python:run",
            "command": "python ${file}"
        },
        {
            "label" : "python:run",
            "os_termial": true,
            "command": "python ${file}"
        },
        {
            "label" : "node:run",
            "command": "node ${file}"
        },
        {
            "label" : "echo:test",
            "command": "echo ${input:param1}, ${input:log_file}, ${select:LOGLEVEL}"
        }
    ],
    "custom_env" : {
        "log_file" : "./sfdc_tail.log",
        "LOGLEVEL" : ["trace", "debug", "info", "warn", "error", "fatal"]
    }
}

Predefined variables

  • ${workspaceFolder} - the path of the folder opened in Sublime
  • ${workspaceFolderBasename} - the name of the folder opened in Sublime without any slashes (/)
  • ${file} - the current opened file
  • ${relativeFile} - the current opened file relative to workspaceFolder
  • ${fileBasename} - the current opened file's basename
  • ${fileBasenameNoExtension} - the current opened file's basename with no file extension
  • ${fileDirname} - the current opened file's dirname
  • ${fileExtname} - the current opened file's extension
  • ${cwd} - the task runner's current working directory on startup
  • ${selectedText} - the current selected text in the active file

Customer variables

input variables:

  • ${input:variable_name} - Custom Input String

select variables:

  • ${select:variable_name} - Custom Input String

example: “json { "tasks” : [ { “label” : “echo:test”, “command”: “echo ${input:param1}, ${input:param2}, ${select:param3}” } ], “custom_env” : { “param2” : “./default_value”, “param3” : [“trace”, “debug”, “info”, “warn”, “error”, “fatal”] } }

we defined 3 variable.

* `param1` is empty string.
* `param2` is an input string
* `param3` is a select list

## support System env

`${env:NAME_OF_SYS_ENV}`

such as `${env:USERPROFILE}`,  `${env:JAVA_HOME}`

example:
```json
{
    "tasks" : [
        {
            "label" : "echo:test",
            "command": "echo ${env:USERPROFILE}"
        }
    ],
    "custom_env" : {
    }
}

other command params.

  • encoding: you can custom the encoding
  • os_termial: run the command in os termail
{
            "label" : "node",
            "encoding" : "UTF-8",
            "command": "node -v"
        },

More example

new File

"tasks" : [
        {
            "label" : "windows:new:file",
            "command": "type nul > \"${input:workspaceFolder}/${input:file_name}\""
        },
        {
            "label" : "linux:new:file",
            "command": "touch \"${input:workspaceFolder}/${input:file_name}\""
        },
    ],
    "custom_env" : {
    }
}

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