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Conditional Color​Schemes

by Enteleform ST3

Define separate color schemes for specific paths, extensions, & filenames.

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Conditional ColorSchemes

Define color schemes for specific paths, extensions, & filenames.

FEATURES

Color Schemes For Specific Directories

Path

You can define RegEx patterns to match:

  • parent directories
  • sequences of subdirectories
  • sequences of subdirectories within a particular parent directory

Additionally, there is an include_FileName_In_FilePath setting which allows you to match:

  • specific files with an exact path
  • specific files with a particular extension within one of the previously mentioned directory patterns

Color Schemes For Specific Files

FileName

You can define RegEx patterns to match:

  • file extensions
  • complete file names
  • partial file names

USAGE

Copy the contents of the example settings:
Preferences > Package Settings > Conditional ColorSchemes > Settings ─ Example
to your user settings file:
Preferences > Package Settings > Conditional ColorSchemes > Settings ─ User
and edit them as necessary.

User settings can also be accessed via the command palette with the Conditional ColorSchemes: Edit Settings command.

Note:
When adding new conditions, files that were already open must be reloaded in order for the color schemes to be affected.

KNOWN BUGS

When SublimeText is first opened, files are loaded before plugins.

Because of this, only files which are opened after SublimeText is fully loaded will be affected by this plugin.