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A set of handy tools to use Sublime Text with Github

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Source
raw.​githubusercontent.​com

GitHub Tools for Sublime Text

A set of handy tools for using Sublime Text with GitHub.

Usage

Open any directory of your Git working copy in Sublime Text. From the command palette you now have access to, for instance:

  • GitHub: Open File to open currently edited file on GitHub.
  • GitHub: Blame to open blame for currently edited file on GitHub.
  • GitHub: History to open commit history for currently edited file on GitHub.
  • GitHub: Copy Link To File to save a GitHub link to a selected code fragment in the system clipboard.
  • GitHub: Repository to open repository page on GitHub.
  • GitHub: Issues to open repository issues page on GitHub.
  • GitHub: Pull Requests to open repository pull requests page on GitHub.

Some commands also allow you to link to the selected lines.

Settings

  • debug_mode: enable debug mode (default: false)
  • github_hostnames: add altenative github host names (default: github.com)

To disable the context menu: - create a new file called Context.sublime-menu in Packages/GitHubTools/ (go there via “Browse Packages” in the settings menu) - add [] as the content of this new file - this effectively replaces the context menu items for this package with “nothing”

Credits

This package originally by @temochka at @temochka/sublime-text-2-github-tools.