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Find documentation in Sublime Text

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  • 2014.09.18.09.18.29
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FindDoc - Sublime Text plugin

This is a Sublime Text plugins that allows you to search the documentation on your favorites urls.

How to install

The easiest way to install this is with Package Control.

Or you can download the zip archive and unzip in your packages directory (by Preferences->Browse Packages…).

How to configure

The default shortcut to call the plugin is : ctrl + alt + d.

The default used url is : http://devdocs.io/#q=%s.

But you can set multiple shortcuts and urls by your key bindings.

Examples :

{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+d"], "command": "find_doc_selection", "args" : {"url" : "http://devdocs.io/#q=%s"} }
{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+g"], "command": "find_doc_selection", "args" : {"url" : "http://google.fr/search?q=%s"} }
{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+k"], "command": "find_doc_selection", "args" : {"url" : "http://php.net/%s"} }

Others examples : you can open cheat sheet or what do you want

{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+c"], "command": "find_doc_selection", "args" : {"url" : "http://www.cheatography.com/fredv/cheat-sheets/gmail-cheat-sheet/"} }
{ "keys": ["ctrl+alt+n"], "command": "find_doc_selection", "args" : {"url" : "http://www.nyan.cat/"} }

You can also use the same shorcut but do differents action based on the current context:

  • this is the default key binding
{
    "keys": ["ctrl+alt+d"],
    "command": "find_doc_selection",
    "args" : {"url" : "http://devdocs.io/#q=%s"}
}
  • Context-based key binding for Python code…
{
    "keys": ["ctrl+alt+d"],
    "command": "find_doc_selection",
    "args" : {"url" : "http://devdocs.io/#q=python%%20%s"},
    "context": [
        {
            "key":      "selector",
            "operator": "equal",
            "operand":  "source.python"
        }
    ]
}
  • Another one for JavaScript code…
{
    "keys": ["ctrl+alt+d"],
    "command": "find_doc_selection",
    "args" : {"url" : "https://developer.mozilla.org/fr/search?q=%s"},
    "context": [
        {
            "key":      "selector",
            "operator": "equal",
            "operand":  "source.js"
        }
    ]
}

Note: you need to put context-specific key binding after the default

How to use

Highlight the function(s)/method(s)/text(s) to search and use the shortcut to open a new tab(s).

If you don't highlight text, the plugin selects the current word at cursor by camelCase.

How to contribute

If you have some problems or improvements, contact me via GitHub.