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Git Mode

by markbirbeck ST3

A Git mode plugin built using the ShellCommand plugin, which makes customisation and adding new commands, super easy.

Labels git, emacs

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  • Total 4K
  • Win 2K
  • OS X 953
  • Linux 1K
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GitMode

A Git mode plugin for Sublime Text 3 that uses the ShellCommand plugin to make customisation and enhancement super easy.

This plugin uses Sublime Text ShellCommand to provide its functionality, and consists mainly of commands, key bindings and syntax files. This makes it incredibly easy to change and enhance the core functionality, as well as add personal preferences, without getting into too much coding.

Why?

The Git plugin is great, but:

  • it relies on a great deal of code for its functionality, yet a lot of this functionality is boiler-plate and could be easily factored out; GitMode uses ShellCommand which is a factoring of this kind of boilerplate code, plus a few other features;
  • relying on code for functionality, rather than configuration, makes it difficult to contribute to and to customise. This is especially frustrating for small features;
  • the Git plugin uses slightly different terminology to Git itself, which seems unnecessary.

The SublimeGit plugin is also nice, but it costs money and is not open source.

How to use GitMode

The main point of interaction for GitMode is a generated buffer that contains the status of a Git repo. This buffer can be created by running the GitMode: status command in a project that contains a Git repo. The buffer will look something like this:

Changelog

2015-02-13 (v0.2.1)

Add missing blank line to README to ensure list shows correctly.

2015-02-13 (v0.2.0)

Locating repo directory needs to use proper working directory. (Fixes #5.) Add references to settings files on menus. (Closes #11.) Status command is failing due to incorrect 'echo' syntax. (Fixes #10.)

2015-01-04 (v0.1.2)

Add platform-specific blank line command. (Fixes #2.) Remove quotes in status commands. (Fixes #3.) Disable status command when not in a Git repo. (Closes #4.)

2015-01-04 (v0.1.1)

Fix file name for messages.json. Fixes issue #1.