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Hacklang Typechecker and Autocompletion

by SiebelsTim ST2/ST3

Hack's typechecker & autocompletion inside Sublime Text

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Source
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Installation

Download the zip-archive and move it into Sublime Text's config folder.

wget https://github.com/SiebelsTim/hack-sublime/raw/master/Hack.sublime-package
mv Hack.sublime-package ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Installed\ Packages/Hack.sublime-package

Change the folder to sublime-text-2 if you use Sublime Text 2

How to use

The typechecker is triggered on saving files. The files need to begin with <?. So both <?php and <?hh will work. The filetype is ignored.

Autocompletion is triggered on your keyboard shortcut. Look it up under Preferences -> Key Bindings and search for auto_complete.

Example

Windows

If you use Windows you can install a virtual machine running linux. This plugin will then log into ssh and run hh_client remotely. You'll have to have your ssh credentials setup so you don't have to enter your password.

This plugin then defines three new settings. - hack_ssh_enable - enables ssh support - hack_ssh_folder - the remote folder to run hh_client on - hack_ssh_address - user@ipaddress

The plugin will fall back to locally executing hh_client if one of these settings is missing.

Example Preferences.sublime-settings

To edit your settings go to Preferences -> Settings - User

{
  "hack_ssh_folder": "/home/tim/project/",
  "hack_ssh_address": "tim@10.0.0.1",
  "hack_ssh_enable": true
}