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Deckard

by deckardai ALL

SublimeText connector to Deckard

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  • Win 31
  • Mac 42
  • Linux 12
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Sublime <-> Deckard

SublimeText connector to Deckard Assist. Find information and collaborate around the code.

Installation

  1. Using Package Control:

a) Inside Sublime, press ctrl+shift+p(Linux) or cmd+shift+p(OS X).

b) Type **install**, then press enter with Package Control: Install Package selected.

c) Type **deckard**, then press enter with the Deckard plugin selected.

  1. Install the Deckard desktop app. You can use brew, apt-get, or download.

From there, you will see extra information, hints, and discussions in the Deckard app as you're working in Sublime.

Select any word in the code with double-click, ctrl+d, cmd+d.

Screen Shot

Support

If you encounter any problem, please create an issue in this repo.