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by hectorqin ST3

Sublime quick search symbol in devdocs

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  • Win 140
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  • Linux 87
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Sublime-devdocs


Author:hector

E-mail:hectorqin@163.com


Quick search symbol in devdocs offline plugin for Sublime Text 3

Installation

The easiest way to install is using Package Control, where Sublime-devdocs is listed as Devdocs offline.

  1. Open Command Palette using menu item Tools → Command Palette...

  2. Choose Package Control: Install Package

  3. Find Devdocs offline and hit Enter

Or install it by downloading the zip, extract it and put it into the package dir of sublime, rename it to “Devdocs offline”, and then it may work fine!


How to use

  1. Open Command Palette using menu item Tools → Command Palette...

  2. Choose Devdocs: All Languages

  3. Search what language you need and hit Enter. It will download the language docs from devdocs.io

  4. After download, you can use the commands the following


Commands

  1. Devdocs: All Languages Show all supported language with version in the panel, and choose language to install or uninstall

  2. Devdocs: Show Definition Search the definition of your selected symbol in the syntax matched language. If found, it will be displayed in the popup

  3. Devdocs: Search Symbol Search symbol in a quick panel, choose item to show the definition of symbol

  4. Devdocs: Set Default Version Set the syntax matched language default search version when the language has many versions

  5. Devdocs: Set Syntax Alias Set the syntax matched to which language, it's useful when the plugin can't identify the language of the syntax


Settings

  1. Default Settings

    {
        // This file is default setting of this plugin, please don't edit this file
    
        // Download proxy
        "http_proxy": "",
    
        // Max height and width of popup
        "popup_max_height": 1080,
        "popup_max_width": 1280,
    
        // Set true to use style file to set custom styles, this is experimental
        "use_style": false,
    
        // Default language version for symbol search
        "language_default_version": {
    
        },
        // Usually, this plugin parse the language type from the syntax setting of the view, this may be not accurate, you can set this configuration to set the syntax alias
        "syntax_alias":{
    
        },
        // languageWithVersion as key, languageForPath as value. You can set it When the path is wrong.
        "language_slug_alias":{
    
        }
    }
    
  2. If you want to modify the setting, please use menu item Preferences → Package Settings → Devdocs offline → Settings – User


keys

```js
[
    { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+d"], "command": "devdocs_show_definition"},
    { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+s"], "command": "devdocs_search_symbol"},
]

```

License

Apache