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Display Functions (Java)

by liamcain ST2

Autocompletes Java Methods in Sublime Text 2

Details

  • 2012.03.27.13.05.12
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 9 years ago
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  • Mac 3K
  • Linux 2K
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Display Functions (Sublime Text 2 Plugin)

*Java Only\*

Description

Displays an object's methods in autocomplete box.

Usage

Pressing 'period' after an object opens ST2's autocomplete, loaded with all of the objects methods

*NOTE\ if a method is not showing up, make sure that object's file is saved*

Features

  • NEW - Supports 'super'
  • NEW - Adds methods of the parent classes
  • Supports 'chained' methods:
    • i.e. someObj.getVal()|
  • Supports some of Java's default objects (String and Object)
  • Offers a very simple way to add more of Java's default objects (for example: if you use Scanner or Random)
    • Just create a txt file with the filename as the Object type, then add methods = self.check_str(classname, "NAME") where NAME is the name of file