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Daisy​UI Autocomplete

by etoundi2nd ALL

Sublime Text Package for DaisyUI autocompletion

Details

  • 1.0.0
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 8 months ago
  • 41 minutes ago
  • 6 months ago

Installs

  • Total 150
  • Win 120
  • Mac 19
  • Linux 11
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Readme

Source
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daisyui-autocomplete by etoundi.com

DaisyUI v.3.2.1 autocomplete for Sublime Text.

screenshot

Installation

# add the repository to the Sublime packages directory
cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text/Packages/
git clone git@github.com/etoundi2nd/daisyui-autocomplete.git

Contribution

If you want to contribute to the project

git clone git@github.com/etoundi2nd/daisyui-autocomplete.git

Note: getting a list of daisyui using ruby

Parse full css output (will includes all TailwindCSS classes)

# install gem
gem install css_parser

# then in irb
require 'css_parser'
include CssParser

url = 'https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/daisyui@3.2.1/dist/full.css' # change version to the latest
parser = CssParser::Parser.new
parser.load_uri!(url)

classes_list = parser.to_h['all'].keys.filter_map do |key|
    next unless key.starts_with?('.')
    key.split(' ')[0]
       .split(':')[0]
       .strip
       .split('[')[0]
       .gsub('\\', '')
       .split('.')
       .reject(&:empty?)
end.flatten.uniq

puts classes_list

Web scrapping the documentation

gem install 'nokogiri' # parsing gem

require 'nokogiri'
require 'open-uri'
require 'net/http'

def get_document(path)
    path += '/' unless path.ends_with?('/')
    url = URI.join('https://daisyui.com', path).to_s
    uri = URI.parse(url)
    response = Net::HTTP.get_response(uri)
    html = response.body
    Nokogiri::HTML(html)
end

doc = get_document('/components/')
link_to_components = doc.css('body > div > div.bg-base-100.drawer.lg\:drawer-open > div.drawer-content > div.max-w-\[100vw\].px-6.pb-16.xl\:pr-2 > div > div.not-prose.grid.grid-cols-1.gap-x-6.gap-y-12.sm\:grid-cols-2.lg\:grid-cols-3 a.card')

classes_list = link_to_components.map do |link|
    path = link.attr('href')
    component_doc = get_document(path)
    class_name_doc = component_doc.css('body > div > div.bg-base-100.drawer.lg\\:drawer-open > div.drawer-content > div.max-w-\\[100vw\\].px-6.pb-16.xl\\:pr-2 > div > div.prose.prose-sm.md\\:prose-base.w-full.max-w-4xl.flex-grow.pt-10 > div.not-prose.relative.mb-10.mt-6.max-h-\\[25rem\\].overflow-x-auto > table > tbody > tr > th > span')

    puts "-- #{path}"
    sleep rand(0.2..1.5)

    class_name_doc.map { |span| span.text.strip }
end.flatten.uniq

puts classes_list

Credits

Created based on Tailwind CSS Autocomplete for Sublime Text ¾ by @danklammer