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- Mac 148
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How to Use
- Open JS file where you want to add an import.
icombindation (osx) or
i(win, Linux) to bring up the FuzzyImport's quick panel. It will show you a content of the opened file's directory.
- Navigate to the file you want to add and press Enter.
- If it is a js file and it has named exports it will show them in quick panel and give an ability to add it as a named import.
- Otherwise it will add a file as a default import
- Browse files from quick panel starting from target file's directory
- View non-default exports and choose directly from quick panel
- Add non-js imports too
The easiest way to install FuzzyImports is via Package Control.
- Press ctrl + shift + p (Win, Linux) or cmd + shift + p (OSX) to bring up the quick panel and select “Package Control: Install Package”. It will show a list of installable plugins
- Select FuzzyImports and press Enter.
- Restart Sublime to make sure everything is loaded properly
Use https://github.com/SublimeText/UnitTesting to run tests.