Share, review and discuss code snippets directly from Sublime Text to CodeDrafts, a code review tool.
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CodeDrafts plugin for Sublime Text 3
A plugin for uploading and downloading files from Sublime Text 3 to CodeDrafts.
The easiest way to install this plugin is with Package Control.
- If you just installed Package Control, you should probably restart Sublime Text first before continuing.
- Launch the Command Palette using
Cmd + Shift + Pon MacOS, or
Ctrl + Shift + Pon Linux/Windows.
- Select “Package Control: Install Package”
- Search for “CodeDrafts” and hit enter.
To upload a file to CodeDrafts, right-click on the editor and select Upload to CodeDrafts from the context menu. You can also launch the Command Palette and run the command “Upload to CodeDrafts”. In a few seconds, the uploaded file will be shown in you default web browser.
You can share this link, discuss your code, and create revisions of your code on CodeDrafts. When you're done, you can download the latest revision back to Sublime Text.
To download the latest revision of an uploaded file, right-click on the editor and select Get latest revision from CodeDrafts from the context menu. You can also launch the Command Palette and run the command “Get latest revision from CodeDrafts”. The contents of the file will be replaced with the latest revision.