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Cobra

by Virakal ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text package for the Cobra programming language

Details

  • 2015.04.08.22.06.04
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Installs

  • Total 217
  • Win 136
  • OS X 38
  • Linux 43
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Readme

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SublimeCobra

Overview

My Cobra settings for Sublime Text.

Based on BOOMER's original work from the Cobra Wiki.

Installing

Using Package Manager

The easiest way to install is to use the excellent Package Control extension. Once this is installed, simply select 'Package Control: Install Package' from the command pallette and search for 'Cobra'.

Manually

Within Sublime Text, click Preferences > Browse Packages... and create a folder named Cobra. Clone this repo into the folder.

Contributing

This project is now using AAAPackageDev's YAML to Plist compiler, so any contributions would preferably be added to the .YAML-tmLanguage file and compiled down.

Caveats

I'm totally new to Cobra itself, as well as writing Sublime configs, so any contributions and corrections are very welcome.

I am currently testing much more in ST3 than 2, but hopefully things should be fine in both.