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Copy to Hip​Chat

by philco ALL

Sublime Text 2/3 Plugin to copy code into HipChat with Syntax Highlighting

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Copy To HipChat

Sublime Plugin to append /code to a selection of text for syntax highlighting in HipChat.

Usage

Select text and press shift+command+h. Paste into HipChat.

By default the file name and path are appended as a comment at the message.

These settings can be changed by altering the JSON in copy_to_hipchat.sublime-settings

Output

# optional/path/to/filename.rb
class Animal
end
// optional_filename.js
function Animal(){
}

Installation

Package Control

You can install directly from Package Control. First install Package Control then search for Copy To HipChat.

Manually

Clone this repo into your Packages Directory ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages

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