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Commando

by ericpridham ST3

Custom command builder for Sublime Text 3.

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What is Commando?

Commando is a command builder plugin for Sublime Text 3.

How do I use it?

(Coming soon: Bundles!)

A Commando command looks like this:

"command": "commando",
"args": {
  "commands": [
    ["commando_exec", {"cmd": ["git", "diff", "$file"]}],
    ["commando_new_file", {"syntax": "Diff", "scratch": true, "readonly": true, "name": "Git Diff"}]
  ]
}

This opens a thread that calls git diff on the file you currently have open and sends the output of that to a new tab called “Git Diff” with “Diff” syntax. Pretty neat.

Now you can put this anywhere commands can be configured in Sublime. Let's add this command everywhere.

Menus

In your Packages/User/ directory create these files:

Main.sublime-menu

[
  {
    "caption": "Tools",
    "id": "tools",
    "children": [
      {
        "caption": "My Commands",
        "id": "my-commands",
        "children": [
          {
            "caption": "Diff File",
            "command": "commando",
            "args": {
                "commands": [
                  ["commando_exec", {"cmd": ["git", "diff", "$file"]}],
                  ["commando_new_file", {"syntax": "Diff", "scratch": true, "readonly": true, "name": "Git Diff"}]
                ]
            }
          }
        ]
      }
    ]
  }
]

Context.sublime-menu

[
  {
    "caption": "My Commands",
    "id": "my-commands",
    "children": [
      {
        "caption": "Diff File",
        "command": "commando",
        "args": {
            "commands": [
              ["commando_exec", {"cmd": ["git", "diff", "$file"]}],
              ["commando_new_file", {"syntax": "Diff", "scratch": true, "readonly": true, "name": "Git Diff"}]
            ]
          }
      }
    ]
  }
]

And now you have your own Tools > My Commands menu, as well as a context menu called My Commands (right click on any file).

Command Palette

Create another file in Packages/User/ named My Commands.sublime-commands and put this in it:

[
  {
    "caption": "Diff File",
    "command": "commando",
    "args": {
      "commands": [
        ["commando_exec", {"cmd": ["git", "diff", "$file"]}],
        ["commando_new_file", {"syntax": "Diff", "scratch": true, "readonly": true, "name": "Git Diff"}]
      ]
    }
  }
]

Now open up the command pallet and type “Diff File”.

Keymaps

Finally, open up your Packages/User/Default (<Your OS>).sublime-keymap file and add this to your other keymaps:

[
...
  {
    "keys": ["ctrl+shift+d"],
    "command": "commando",
    "args": {
      "commands": [
        ["commando_exec", {"cmd": ["git", "diff", "$file"]}],
        ["commando_new_file", {"syntax": "Diff", "scratch": true, "readonly": true, "name": "Git Diff"}]
      ]
    }
  }
...
]

Now hit ctrl+shift+d to do the diff as well.

And that's it, now you can do a diff on the current file from anywhere!

Plugin

However, if you're like me, copy-pasting the same command in several places can get annoying. If you want to take this a step further you can create your own named commands through a plugin. Select Tools > New Plugin..., make the file look like this:

from Commando.plugin import CommandoRun

class GitDiffFileCommand(CommandoRun):
  def commands(self):
    return [
      ["commando_exec", {"cmd": ["git", "diff", "$file"]}],
      ["commando_new_file", {"syntax": "Diff", "scratch": True, "readonly": True, "name": "Git Diff"}]
    ]

and save it as My Commands.py. Now you have a new Sublime command called git_diff_file that you can use everywhere in place of commando. So this:

{
  "keys": ["ctrl+shift+d"],
  "command": "commando",
  "args": {
    "commands": [
      ["commando_exec", {"cmd": ["git", "diff", "$file"]}],
      ["commando_new_file", {"syntax": "Diff", "scratch": true, "readonly": true, "name": "Git Diff"}]
    ]
  }
}

becomes this:

{ "keys": ["ctrl+shift+d"], "command": "git_diff_file" },

But wait, there's more! There are already several useful commando commands you can use to build your own command, but if you need to you can also create your own if you want to. Documentation coming soon! For now, check out commands.py.

Installation

Package Control

The package is registered in Package Control under the name Commando.

Manual

Clone this repository as a subdirectory of your Sublime Text 3 Packages directory with the name Commando. So, for instance:

cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages
git clone https://github.com/ericpridham/sublime-commando.git Commando

Get Into It

Check out the wiki for full documentation.