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Copy from Find Results

by NicoSantangelo ST2/ST3

Little package to remove the line number when copying from the find in files panel

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  • Win 203
  • OS X 110
  • Linux 43
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Sublime Copy from Find Results

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Little package to remove the line number when copying from the find in files panel

Use

The command is designed to only work on the Find Results tab and default to a normal copy otherwise.

It will transform this:

6  class CopyFromFindResultsCommand(sublime_plugin.TextCommand):
7:     def run(self, edit):
8          self.view.run_command('copy')

to this:

class CopyFromFindResultsCommand(sublime_plugin.TextCommand):
    def run(self, edit):
        self.view.run_command('copy')

KeyBindings

There is no default shortcut, to add it open your User Keybindings file and add something like the following:

// Linux or Windows
{ "keys": ["ctrl+c"], "command": "copy_from_find_results", 
    "context": [{ "key": "selector", "operator": "equal", "operand": "text.find-in-files" }]
}

// MacOS
{ "keys": ["super+c"], "command": "copy_from_find_results", 
    "context": [{ "key": "selector", "operator": "equal", "operand": "text.find-in-files" }]
}

using "context": [{ "key": "selector", "operator": "equal", "operand": "text.find-in-files" }] it's being extra careful, you can leave that out and the package will check for Find Results for you.

Outside Find in Files

If you want to use the package outside Find Results you can add a the force argument, like this:

// Linux or Windows
{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+c"], "command": "copy_from_find_results",
    "args": { "force": true }
}

// MacOS
{ "keys": ["super+alt+c"], "command": "copy_from_find_results", 
    "args": { "force": true }
}

Settings

{
    // If set to false, it removes the dots added by sublime to mark the separation between matches in the same file.
    "keep_intermediate_dots": false
}

Installation

PackageControl

If you have PackageControl installed, you can use it to install the package.

Just type cmd-shift-p/ctrl-shift-p to bring up the command pallete and pick Package Control: Install Package from the dropdown, search and select the package and you're all set.

Manual

You can clone the repo in your /Packages (Preferences -> Browse Packages…) folder and start using/hacking it.

cd ~/path/to/Packages
git clone git://github.com/NicoSantangelo/sublime-copy-from-find-results.git "Copy from Find Results"