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Echo Evaluator

by Monnoroch ST2/ST3

Evaluates the python code and replaces it with the echoed result

Details

  • 2014.11.12.12.32.11
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 4 years ago
  • 16 minutes ago
  • 4 years ago

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EchoEvaluator

Evaluates the python code and replaces it with the echoed result just like <?php echo "text"?>.

Installation :

  • Recommended - Using Sublime Package Control
    • ctrl+shft+p then select Package Control: Install Package
    • install EchoEvaluator
  • Alternatively, download the package from GitHub into your Packages folder

Usage :

Select a piece of python code and press ctrl+shift+e, the code will be replaced with echoed result. You can use multiple selections, than all code pieces will be evaluated esparatly. The plugin can evaluate native ST python: 2.x for ST2, 3.x for ST3. If an exception occured during evaluation, it will be printed into a ST console.

Examples :

Evaluating

for x in [1, 3, 5]:
    echo(x)

will replace it with “135”.

Evaluating

for x in [1, 3, 5]:
    echo("result[%d] = 2*%d\n" % (x, x + 1))

will replace it with:

result[1] = 2*2
result[3] = 2*4
result[5] = 2*6