Sublime Text snippets for Groovy programming language
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Sublime Text Groovy Snippets
This is NOT the package for Groovy language support in Sublime Text. If you were looking for that, you can find it here.
So, you may be wondering why we created this. We just wanted to add some more snippets that we found useful while developing Groovy/Grails applications. Or, in other words, we are lazy and want to type less and less every day :)
If you feel that is your case too, feel free to use (and extend) this snippets.
Also, if you are also struggling with GSP (Groovy Server Pages), check out our other package here.
Once you have installed the snippets, the only thing you need to do is type the desired trigger and hit Tab (or whatever you have set as completion key). Also, you can press ⌘ + Space (or Ctrl + Space) to get a list of all available completions.
If you think we got something wrong, have any suggestions, want to make a request or add some creation of your own, please feel free to contact us.
You can report anything using this repo's issue section.
Also, you can fork it and submit a pull request.