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Eval

Execute selection, replace or show output in panel, any language.

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Sublime-Eval

  • Supports any language via easy and flexible config.
  • Threaded non-blocking code execution.
  • Output to panel or inline replace.
  • Simultaneous execution in multiple selections.

Usage

Open the Command Palette and type “Eval” to see the available commands. For example “Eval: Python” evaluates selection (or entire buffer) as python code and shows the output in panel.

“Eval: Terminate” stops execution.

There are two types of invocations:

  • Replace: Execute selection and replace with output. Empty selection = current line. Supports multiple selections simultaneously.

Demo inline

  • Panel output: Execute selection and show output in panel. Empty selection = entire file. Runs non-blocking in a thread.

Demo inline

Config

  • Open the Command Palette and select “Eval: Settings”. In the config you can add new methods (languages) and change timeout time.
  • New methods will automatically be available in the Command Palette.
  • Keybinds: There are no default keybinds, as to not interfere with your settings. To add a keybind for a method, put the following in you keybind config.

    { "keys":      ["super+p"], "command": "eval", "args": { "method": "Python Replace" } },
    { "keys": ["ctrl+super+p"], "command": "eval", "args": { "method": "Python"   } },
    

Issues, pull requests and suggestions for improvement are always welcome!