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Hosts​Edit

Open and edit hosts file quickly

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  • Win 2K
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  • Linux 334
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Sublime Text 2: HostsEdit Plugin

Open your hosts file quickly and have syntax highlighting for it.

Usage

  • Simply hit Ctrl+Shift+H (on Windows and Linux) or ⌘+Shift+H (on OS X) to bring up your hosts file
  • Or you can open it via Command Palette, hit Ctrl+Shift+P and choose Open Hosts File

Installation

To install this plugin, you have two options:

  1. If you have Package Control installed, simply search for HostsEdit to install.

  2. Clone source code to Sublime Text packages folder.

Settings

This plugin has a three settings. If you create a file called SublimeHostsEdit.sublime-settings in your User package you can override them.

  • win_hosts_file_location: location of hosts file under Windows
  • unix_hosts_file_location: location of hosts file under Unix
  • osx_hosts_file_location: location of hosts file under OS X
{
   //PATH to `hosts` file depending on system
   "windows_hosts_file_location": "C:/Windows/System32/drivers/etc/hosts",
   "linux_hosts_file_location": "/etc/hosts",
   "osx_hosts_file_location": "/private/etc/hosts"
}