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Dashed Comments

This plugin inserts the comments block just before the current line with the same length by striping whitespaces.

Details

  • 2018.02.25.01.24.02
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 3 years ago
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  • Total 1K
  • Win 569
  • Mac 369
  • Linux 142
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DashedComments for Sublime Text 2

This plugin inserts the comments block just before the current line with the same length by striping whitespaces. This is mainly used for ruby programmers.

Requirement

  • RubyFormat plugin to format your ruby code after inserting the comment block since it will strip the blank spaces which may have introduced by the indentation settings.

Installation

Package Control

Using Package Control, a package manager for Sublime Text 2.

In Sublime Text 2, press “win(cmd) + shift + p” and then type “install”.

Once you see “Package Control: Install Package”, enter.

When the packages load, another selection window will appear.

Type DashedComments and enter. All done!

Manual Installation

Open a terminal. change the path to Sublime Text 2 's packages folder. Then type the command like this:

cd "~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 2/Packages/"
  git clone git://github.com/email2vimalraj/DashedComments.git

Example:

#--------------------
# This is the comment
def comment_code

  #-----------------------------
  add_comment_block_on_top_of_me 
end

Useful

Key Binding

ctrl + alt + d on Windows
ctrl + alt + d on Linux
shift + cmd + d on Mac OS X

TODO List

  • Try to avoid the RubyFormat