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Googler

Sublime Text plugin for easy googling.

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Googler

Sublime Text plugin for easy googling.

Features and Abilities

  • Open Google homepage
  • Google current selection
  • Auto-prefix file type with selection
  • Selections/queries are editable before search
  • Configurable search query prefixes & suffixes for each file type

Usage

Press super then type og

  • Without any selections, it will take you to Google
  • With selections it will open a panel where you can edit the query (hit Enter after confirmation)

Settings

From the menu bar:

Sublime Text -> Preferences -> Package Settings -> Googler -> Settings - User

Default and sample settings can be found in the Settings - Default file.

Finding the file type

Press ctrl + ` to open the console in Sublime Text. Paste in the below command and hit Enter to find the file type.

self.view.scope_name(region.begin()).rpartition('.')[2].strip()

You can then use this as the key in your settings file.

Configuration

In your Settings - User file:

{
  "includeScope": false, // Disables file type configs
   "ruby": { // For .rb files the file type is 'ruby'
     "prefix": "rails", // Useful if you are working on a Rails project
     "suffix": "site:api.rubyonrails.org" // Restrict results to a site
   },
   "js": {
     "prefix": "", // Disable the prefix for this scope
     "suffix": "react docs"
   }
}