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Groovy Imports

by carwinz ST2 Missing

A Sublime Text 2 plugin for inserting import statements into groovy code

Labels groovy, grails

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A Sublime Text 2 plugin for inserting import statements into groovy code

No setup is required. The plugin finds possible imports:

  • By looking through other classes in the same project
  • By looking at imports in other classes in the same project
  • It is unaware of imports in libraries or the jdk, but you can make the plugin aware of common ones by adding a custom import (see: Tools > Groovy Imports > Edit custom imports)

Most people don't want their imports re-organized automatically, so the plugin attempts to insert new imports near similar ones. (But there is some scope for improvement here).

How to install

With Package Control:

  1. Run “Package Control: Install Package” command, find and install the “Groovy Imports” plugin.

Manually:

  1. Clone the git repo (https://github.com/carwinz/groovy-sublime-imports) into your packages folder (in ST, Preferences > Browse Packages… menu item to open this folder)

Usage

By default, imports will be automatically added when groovy files are saved, however you can turn this off in the config.

The default shortcut is Ctrl+Shift+Alt+i. Or use Go to Tools > Groovy Imports > Add imports

Future Development

  • The order that the imports are added needs some more tweaking
  • Support for wildcard imports (e.g. “some.package.*”)
  • If multiple options exist, pop up a dialog to select one
  • If a classname is used in a string, don't import it