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Copy Python Path

by pokidovea ST3

CopyPythonPath

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CopyPythonPath

Puts python path of the currently selected python module, class or classmethod to the clipboard.

Install

The easiest way to install this is with Package Control.

Usage

To copy the python import path of the module select an option from the context menu of side bar or tab. To copy the path of the python class or method put caret on it and press Ctrl+Shift+K or right-click and select an option from the context menu.