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Hao​Gist

by xjsender ST3

Sublime Gist Plugin

Labels gist, cache

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  • Win 787
  • Mac 471
  • Linux 261
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Readme

Source
raw.​githubusercontent.​com

Gist Plugin for Sublime Text

As you know, there already has a sublime gist plugin, however, there is no cache handler and it seems the author already stop to develop on it, so I decide to develop this gist plugin.

Installation

This plugin is hosted on package control

You should upgrade package control to v3.0, because just v3.0 support dependencies.json feature, if you didn't do it, plugin will use the build-in requests.

Change Logs:

Configuration

  • After plugin is installed, you must set your gist token, you can open this settings file by entering HaoGist: Settings User in the command palette.

  • User setting sample:

{
    // OSX workspace is different with windows,
    // In OSX, workspace should be:
    // "/Users/<UserName>/workspace/gist-workspace"
    // If workspace is empty, it will be set as {packages_path}/User/HaoGist
    "workspace": "c:/workspace/gist-workspace",
    "token": ""
}

How to open command palette?

  • Via menu item in Tools > Command Palette
  • Via press ctrl+shift+p in windows or command+shift+p in osx

How to get gist token?

web

  • Via Web
  • Paste the token in the settings section under the token option.

API

Here's a command you can run from your terminal to generate a token via curl:

curl -i -u USERNAME https://api.github.com/authorizations --data '{"scopes":["gist"],"note":"SublimeText HaoGist plugin"}'

Where USERNAME is your Github username. Save the token generated and paste it in the settings section under the token option.

If OTP is enabled on your account, this will return 401 error code, use:

curl -i -u USERNAME -H "X-GitHub-OTP: OTPCODE" https://api.github.com/authorizations --data '{"scopes":["gist"],"note":"SublimeText 2/3 Gist plugin"}'

Where OTPCODE is the code your authenticator app shows you.

How to use this plugin to CRUD on gist:

Command Palette

  • Input HaoGist: in command palette, you will see gist commands
    • choose_gist
    • open_gist
    • delete_exist_gist
    • open_gist_in_browser
    • update_content_to_gist
    • add_file_to_gist
    • delete_file_from_gist
    • create_gist
    • rename_gist
    • update_gist_description
    • update_gist
    • refresh_gist
    • delete_gist
    • clear_gist_cache
    • open_current_gist_in_browser
    • release_note
    • about_hao_gist

Context Menu

Open your context menu in any open view, you will see the commands of this plugin

Dependency Lib