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Executor

by tonsky ST4 MacLinux

Run any executable from your working dir in Sublime Text

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Executor

Plugin that let you run any executable from your working dir inside Sublime Text.

Simple plugin that walks your current working directories, finds all files marked as executable and let you run them inside Sublime Text.

Gives you these basic commands:

  • Executor: Execute (executor_execute)
  • Executor: Execute with Args (executor_execute_with_args)
  • Executor: Execute Shell (executor_execute_shell)
  • Executor: Repeat Recent (executor_repeat_recent)
  • Executor: Repeat Last (executor_repeat_last)
  • Executor: Cancel (executor_cancel)
  • Executor: Clear Output (executor_clear_output)
  • Executor: Toggle Bottom Group (executor_toggle_bottom_group)

Uses either output.exec panel or a view to stream both stdout and stderr.

Knows about .gitignore enough to skip looking into ignored paths.

Only one command can be run at the same time per window. Running second one will kill previous one.

Installation

Look for “Executor” in Package Control.

Manually:

  • Clone this repo into ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text/Packages

Running arbitrary shell command

Use Executor: Execute Shell command or add to your keybindings:

{"keys":    ["ctrl+r"],
  "command": "executor_execute_shell",
  "args":    {"command": "clj -M -m user", "dir": "~/work/project"}},

"dir" is optional. If omitted, first open directory of current window is used.

Auto-open panel on output

If you want Sublime to open output panel every time there’s new output, add this to the settings:

"executor_show_panel_on_output": true

Outputting to view

Sometimes it’s desirable to redirect output to a real view which can be dragged to its own group or separated. Gives you more options for layout. For that, set

"executor_output_view": true

to open a scratch view for output instead of a panel (can be dragged etc).

Set

"executor_reuse_output_view": false

to create new view each time you execute a command (by default old view is reused).

Lastly, Executor has a command to quickly open/close a new group at the bottom of the window:

executor_toggle_bottom_group

When called without arguments, it will toggle the bottom group visibility. If passed {"visible": true | false}, it will act as open or close command.

You can change bottom group size by specifying

"executor_bottom_group_ratio": 0.25,

Output views are always opened in the last group of the window, so if you have one at the bottom, it’ll use it.

Highlighting settings

You can set

"executor_file_regex": "^File "([^"]+)" line (\d+) col (\d+)",
"executor_base_dir": "<path>"

to make file names clickable in the output.

Optionally, also set

"executor_line_regex": "^\s+line (\d+) col (\d+)",

if line number information is printed on the next line.

You can also control wrapping:

"executor_word_wrap": true | false

These settings work both in global config and in project file "settings".

Known limitations

  • Probably doesn’t work on Windows
  • ! in .gitignore is not supported
  • Global .gitignore is not supported
  • Sublime Text excludes are not supported
  • On large projects listing might take long time

Credits

Made by Niki Tonsky.

See also

Writer Color Scheme: A color scheme optimized for long-form writing.

Alabaster Color Scheme: Minimal color scheme for coding.

Sublime Profiles: Profile switcher.

Clojure Sublimed: Clojure support for Sublime Text 4.

License

MIT License