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Django Tags

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Django Template tag switcher for Sublime Text

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Sublime Django Tags

Fork of eddorre/SublimeERB supporting Django template tags.

Note: Only tested on Sublime Text 3

Installation

Sublime Package Control

Use Sublime Package Control. Once you have Sublime Package control installed, you can install “SublimeDjangoTags” in a few easy steps.

Press CTRL + SHIFT + P on Windows and Linux and CMD + SHIFT + P on a Mac to bring up Sublime's Command Palette, then type install package to bring up Package Control's package selector. It should be the first selection. Type “Django Tags,” which, again, should be the first selection, and then hit enter. You should now have the proper package installed, but you will still need to add a keybinding to use it.

Usage

Keybinding

Package includes default keybinding to ctrl+shift+.. That means you can use ctrl+shift+. to create and toggle between Django template tags.

You can also override the default binding and define your own shortcut by following the next example:

[
    { "keys": ["ctrl+shift+."], "command": "django_tag" }
]

NOTE: On a Mac use the command key for the ctrl key.

Sample

Copyright

SublimeDjangoTags is Copyright © 2018 Jeewes, released under the MIT License.