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Comment​Any​Where

by dccrazyboy ST2

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Details

  • 2013.08.01.09.14.47
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 7 years ago
  • 3 hours ago
  • 7 years ago

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  • Total 713
  • Win 397
  • Mac 185
  • Linux 131
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CommentAnyWhere

A Sublime Text 2 plugin for make comment.It won't influence to the source file, so you can comment anywhere using any format.

Usage

CommentMode On

  • Windows and Linux: Ctrl+Alt+E
  • OS X: Ctrl+Alt+E

In this mode you can't edit the source file, you only can view the comment.

Insert Comment

  • Windows and Linux: Ctrl+E
  • OS X: Ctrl+E

Insert a new comment, all comment won't influence the source file, so you can store anything here.

All comment is mark by color, just edit in this area. At this moment you can edit the source code,but DON NOT.

After make some comment, save the file an usual, it will handle the source file and the comment.

CommentMode Off

  • Windows and Linux: Ctrl+Shift+E
  • OS X: Ctrl+Shift+E

Exit the CommentMode, you can edit the file as usual.

Notice

If you restart the sublime, the comment color won't display, just use Ctrl+Alt+E to set CommentMode On