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Code​Wrapper

by erbridge ST3

A Sublime Text 3 package to wrap code at the touch of a button.

Details

  • 2016.10.02.18.19.01
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 3 years ago
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  • Total 2K
  • Win 869
  • Mac 422
  • Linux 220
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CodeWrapper

Inspired by consolewrap, CodeWrapper wraps any code with other code at the touch of a button(ish).

How?

To use, first set up some wrappings in Packages/User/CodeWrapper.sublime-settings. See the default settings for hints. It is also possible to add per-project settings to your .project-settings file. Just add the package settings to the key CodeWrapper.

Once a wrapper is set up, select some code to wrap, open the command palette and select CodeWrapper.

I don't like packages setting their own keybindings, so CodeWrapper doesn't. If you want to bind CodeWrapper to some keys (and you should), add the following to your Packages/User/Default (${OS_NAME}),sublime-keymap file:

[
    // CodeWrapper
    { "keys": ["ctrl+shift+l"], "command": "code_wrapper" }
]

Contributions

Bug reports, forks and pull requests are welcome.

Please make sure the tests all work before submitting anything, and add new ones for new features.