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Dlang​Auto​Module​Name

by vitalfadeev ST3

Sublime 3 D AutoModuleName plugin. Add "module path.folder.name;".

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Sublime 3 Dlang Auto-Module-Name

Sublime 3 D AutoModuleName plugin. Add “module path.folder.name;”. It provides the dlang_auto_module_name command.

Demo

Demo

Features

In code like this:

class Uno : IStylable
{
    //
}

will be auto added “moule uno;” at begin of file. Like this:

module uno;

class Uno : IStylable
{
    //
}

Algo

  • Check file for “module …”
  • Get name from file_name
  • - like a: project/source/ui/sys/device.d -> module ui.sys.device;
  • Get name from “class Name”
  • Get name from “interface Name”
  • Get name from “struct Name”
  • Get name from “enum Name”
  • Insert “module name;”

Installation

Install DlangAutoModuleName from Package Control.

Then add a keybinding of your choice for the dlang_auto_module_name command, by adding a line like this to your keybindings file:

{ "keys": ["ctrl+shift+a"], "command": "dlang_auto_module_name" },

You can also try it out immediately by choosing “D: module …” from the context menu or command pallete.