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Goto​Row​Col

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Sublime Text 2 - Places the cursor at the specified row and column

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sublimetext2-GotoRowCol

Places the cursor at the specified row and column

Usage

  • otherwise, use the window command ctrl + shift + p
    • and type GotoRowCol
    • press ENTER
  • an input box will appear at the bottom of the sublime text window with two initial values populated 1 1.
  • The first value represents the row, the second value represents the column. they are 1 based
  • enter your desired coordinates (e.g. 26 32 for row 26 col 32)
    • you can also enter a row by itself without the column. this will be interpreted as “go to row n col 1”
    • example 26 results in (row 26, col 1)
  • press ENTER

Settings

create file Packages/GotoRowCol/GotoRowCol.sublime-settings with the following settings

  • gtrc_prompt_default (default: “1 1”) - Controls the default prompt text

Behavior

once you've entered coordinates, the cursor will be placed at the requestd position and the viewport will scrow the area into viewable range

Gotchas

  • a row value entered that is greater than the number of rows in the view will scroll the cursor to the last line
  • a col value entered that is greater than the length of text in the row will place the cursor at the last position of that line
  • a row or a col value entered that is less than one will cause an exception and the cursor will remain where it is

Revision History

Rev 00 * developer bstidham (Bill Stidham) * date 01/22/2014 * notes
* initial creation. created in response to this StackOverflow qestion

Rev 01 * developer bstidham (Bill Stidham) * date 01/24/2014 * notes https://github.com/bstidham/sublimetext2-GotoRowCol/issues/1 * Parenthesized print for compatibility: * print without parens is only supported in sublime text 2 (python 2). sublime text 3 (python 3) requires that print be parenthesized. * Added file Default.sublime-keymap * replaces ctrl + g “goto row” functionality with GotoRowCol functionality

Rev 02 * developer bstidham (Bill Stidham) * date 01/28/2014 * notes in response to https://github.com/bstidham/sublimetext2-GotoRowCol/issues/2 * added file GotoRowCol.sublime.settings * added setting to GotoRowCol.sublime.settings: “gtrc_prompt_default”: “1 1” * if this setting is not found, a default value of “1 1” is hard coded * modified GotoRowCol.py PromptGotoRowColCommand.gotoRowCol() to check the number of integers supplied * if 1 then it uses the value as the row number and navigates to the first column * if 2 then it goes to row col accordingly * commented out the ctrl + g hotkey in Default.sublime-keymap * will add instructions to the README for enabling this (by simply uncommenting it) * added README.txt and messages.json conaining the USAGE, Settings, and Replacing "goto row" hotkey sections from README.mg

Rev 03 * developer bstidham (Bill Stidham) * date 10/24/2014 * notes - deleted default.sublime-keymap - deleted gotorowcol.sublime-settings - initialized correct versioning to 1.0