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Emoji Code

by idleberg ST3

Sublime Text completions to insert escaped Emoji codes into HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Ruby

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emoji-code

The MIT License Package Control GitHub release Travis

Sublime Text completions to insert escaped Emoji code into HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, and Ruby.

Screenshot

Screenshot nicked from the Atom package, sorry!

Usage

All emojis are prefixed with ji, following the string of the official Unicode terminology.

Examples:

Let's say, you want to insert the 😄 emoji

  • HTML: ji:grinning-face becomes 😀
  • CSS: ji:grinning-face becomes content: '\1F600';
  • JavaScript: ji:grinning-face becomes u\1F600
  • Ruby: ji:grinning-face becomes \u{1F600}

Keep in mind that Sublime Text supports fuzzy completion, inviting you to use abbreviation of your preference.

Installation

Package Control

  1. Make sure you already have Package Control installed
  2. Choose “Install Package” from the Command Palette (Super+Shift+p)
  3. Type “Emoji Code” and press Enter

With auto_upgrade enabled, Package Control will keep all installed packages up-to-date!

There's also a collection of Sublime Text Packages available as a Windows installer.

Manual installation

Since package dependencies are handled by Package Control, manual installation is not advised! If you still want to install from source, you probably know what you are doing so we won’t cover that here.

License

This work is licensed under the The MIT License.

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