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Gengojs

by gengojs ST2/ST3

The official snippets for gengo.js

Labels i18n, snippets, l10n

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gengojs-sublime-snippets

The official snippets for gengo.js http://www.gengojs.com/

Install

Package Control:

The easiest way to install gengo.js snippets is through Package Control. Once you install Package Control, restart Sublime Text 2(3) and open the Command Palette (Command+Shift+P on OS X, Ctrl+Shift+P on Linux/Windows). Select Package Control: Install Package, then search and select Gengojs. Once intstalled, Package Control will keep you up to date whenever a new version is released.

GitHub:

Download the latest source from GitHub and copy the folder to your Sublime Text Packages directory.

Git:

Clone the repository in your Sublime Text Packages/User directory:

git clone https://github.com/iwatakeshi/gengojs-sublime-snippets.git

The Packages directory is located at:

OS X:

~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 2(3)/Packages/User

Windows:

%APPDATA%\Sublime Text 2(3)\Packages\User

Portable version:

Sublime Text 2(3)\Data\Packages\User\Gengojs

Usage:

Just type:

__(      -->    __(phrase, [arguments])
__l      -->    __l("locale")
__date   -->    __l("locale").date(options).format(date)
__time   -->    __l("locale").time(options).format(time)
__number -->    __l("locale").number(options).format(number)
__moment -->    __l("locale").moment(string)

or open the Command Palette, type gengo and select the desired snippet.

Currently, the snippet works in Jade (.jade) and Handlebars (.hbs). To add support for your favorite template, just fork and pull!