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Cold​Fusion Docs Launcher

by linkarys ST2/ST3

Searches adobe coldfusion 10 wiki doc with the current selection in Sublime Text 2 / 3

Details

  • 2.0.4
  • github.​com
  • 4 years ago
  • 2 hours ago
  • 4 years ago

Installs

  • Total 4K
  • Win 3K
  • OS X 928
  • Linux 284
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Readme

Source
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Coldfusion Docs Launcher

  • Provides a command for launching a quick search and launch docs base on current environment
  • Quick search anything via input panel

Provides a command for launching a coldfusion 10 quick doc search for the word at the cursor

Fork from SublimeText2CfQuickDocsLauncher

Installation

Usage

  • Place the cursor around or select the tag/function to be searched/loaded
  • Use shift + alt + h to load the doc page for specific tag/function directly
  • Use shift + alt+ s to perform an search operation against specific word
  • Use shift + alt + ; to open the quick search panel and use the following syntax to perform search

    search engine arg:value [arg:value ...] keyword
    

    e.g.

    • search keyword array by google:
    array
    
    • search keyword array by google with language zh:
    g l:zh array
    
    • search keyword array by python with edition 2.7:
    py e:2.7 array
    
    • search keyword python array by stackoverflow:
    st python array
    

    All the available abbr for search engine are:

  • g or nothing for google

  • py for python

  • php for php

  • st for stackoverflow

  • jq for jquery

  • mdn for mdn

  • subl for sublime text

Quick load and quick search action will detect your environment automatically and load or search the on the proper source. You Should pre-define the source via Preferences->Package Settings->CF Docs Launcher

Settings

Here is a demo

{
    // The following source will be used when plug-in could not find a specific source base on current environment
    "default": "https://www.google.com/search?q=",

    /**
     * Use of quick launch and quick search
     *
     * doc_url is use for quick launch
     * search_url is use for quick search
     * ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
     */

    "python": {
        "doc_url": "http://docs.python.org/3.4/library/",
        "search_url": "http://docs.python.org/3.4/search.html?check_keywords=yes&area=default&q=",
    },

    /**
     * Use for quick panel search
     *
     * You should defined the source pattern following the following format:
     *  "prefix": {
     *      "pattern": "http://xxxxx/${keyname:defaultValue}/xxxx?q="
     *  }
     *
     *  The when you type in the input panel (ctrl + shift + ; by default) with
     *      prefix keyname:val querystring
     *  It will launch a search at http://xxxxx/var/xxxx?q=querystring
     *  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
     */
    "search_patterns": {
        "g": {
            "pattern": "https://www.google.com/search?hl=${l:en}&q="
        }
    }
}