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Inc-Dec-Value

by Razumenko Maksim ST2/ST3

increase / decrease of numbers, dates, hex color values, etc.

Details

  • 2014.04.15.12.01.40
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  • Total 17K
  • Win 9K
  • OS X 6K
  • Linux 2K
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Linux 6 4 0 6 3 3 1 3 2 3 1 2 2 0 2 1 5 4 1 0 3 1 5 5 2 2 3 0 0 0 2 1 4 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 0 2 1 2 2 1

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Inc-Dec-Value

v0.1.13 - #35 Cycle through enum with Java capitalization

v0.1.12 - #27 Ability to autosave after incrementing

v0.1.11 - #31 ST3: Getting TypeError in console when using the number inc/dec functions

v0.1.10 - #31 ST3: Getting TypeError in console when using the number inc/dec functions

v0.1.9 - Fixed apply_integer (x -> -x when cursor before x)

v0.1.8 - #29 Fix apply_hex_color exception

v0.1.7 - #19 Swapping the color notation in CSS

v0.1.6 - #20 (upper, lower, capitalize) works on non-ascii strings

v0.1.5 - #15 Don't place action in undo history when nothing happens

v0.1.4 - #14 Saving the position of the cursors/selections on the change

v0.1.3 - added support for the mouse wheel


increase / decrease of numbers (integer and fractional), dates, hex color values, opposite relations or cycled enumerations on the configured value and a bonus - string actions (upper, lower, capitalize)

Instead of the arrows can use your mouse wheel.

Forum Thread http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=2395

Support Multiple Selections

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Example of the correct values:

  • positive and negative integer numbers

    => … -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, …

  • positive and negative floating-point numbers

    => … -1.1, -1.19, 0.119, 1.1119, 2.11119, …

    If value is floating-point - increases/decreases applies from last position. for example 1.19 + alt+up = 1.20 and 1.11200 + alt+down = 1.11199

  • positive and negative (integer and floating-point) numbers and any text after them

    => 12px, -5em, 100%, 42sometext, (24), [12, -13], {77: -88}, 0.1em, 62.5%/1.5

  • hex colors

    => #f01 #f00456

    Pressing the key alt+up/down increases/decreases the one character to the left on +1/-1 (regardless of the settings)

    If the cursor between the '#' and the hex number in the #f01 the action applies to first character 'f'

    Pressing the key super+up/down(Linux) or super+alt+up/down(Windows & OSX) increases/decreases the total value of the hex color on +111/-111 or +111111/-111111 (regardless of the settings)

    Pressing the key super+alt+up/down(Linux) or super+ctrl+up/down(Windows) or super+alt+ctrl+up/down(OSX) swapping the color notation in CSS:

    from:

    color: rgba(0,17,34,0.4);
    

    to:

    color: #012; /* alpha: 0.4 */
    

    again:

    color: rgba(0,17,34,0.4);
    
  • dates in ISO format YYYY-MM-DD

    => 2011-11-15

    The increase in year / month / day is its own, without checking the validity of the resulting date.

    For days, the value of loops between 1 and 31, for months - loops between 1 and 12.

  • opposite relations or cycled enumerations

    => true > false, True > False, FALSE > TRUE, left > right

    also

    => truE > false, tRUe > false, FaLsE > true, LeFT > right

    Pressing the key super+alt+up/down(Linux) or super+ctrl+up/down(Windows) or super+alt+ctrl+up/down(OSX) changes the value under the cursor (“true” or “false”) to the opposite

    Version 0.1.0 adds the ability to cycle more than two values:

    => “Jan” > “Feb” > “Mar” > … > “Dec” > “Jan”

    Version 0.1.13 adds the ability to cycle through enum with Java capitalization

    => “centerX” > “centerY”, “screenLeft” > “screenRight”

    Example of settings see in inc_dec_value.sublime-settings

  • any string

    => string String STRING

    Pressing the key alt+up makes the first letter in the word in Uppercase (Capitalize) without affecting the remaining characters.

    Pressing the key super+up(Linux) or super+alt+up(Windows & OSX) makes the word in UPPERCASE.

    Pressing the key alt+down or super+down(Linux) or super+alt+down(Windows & OSX) makes the word in lowercase.

    Important ! There will be no change of words, which were applied different rules. For example, the integer “12px” will not be given “px” to upper case, as a rule is applied to modify this value to “13px”.

Not supported:

  • numbers in the text and after

    => qwe42asd, text42

  • incorrect hex colors

    => #1 #12 #1234 #12345 #1234567…

  • and may be something else that would like to see…

    let me know if you find an error

    or you will have new ideas

inc_dec_value.sublime-settings

{
    "file": "inc_dec_value.sublime-settings"

,   "action_inc_min":    1  // default:   1,  key: Alt + Up
,   "action_dec_min":   -1  // default:  -1,  key: Alt + Down

,   "action_inc_max":   10  // default:  10,  key: Super + Up
,   "action_dec_max":  -10  // default: -10,  key: Super + Down

,   "action_inc_all":  100  // default:  10,  key: Super + Alt + Up
,   "action_dec_all": -100  // default: -10,  key: Super + Alt + Down

,   "enums": [ // write values to the list only in lowercase
        ["yes", "no"]
    ,   ["true", "false"]
    ,   ["block", "none", "inline", "inline-block"]
    ,   ["sun", "mon", "tue", "wed", "thu", "fri", "sat"]
    ]

,   "force_use_upper_case_for_hex_color": false
,   "autosave": false
}

Default (Linux).sublime-keymap

[
    { "keys": ["alt+up"],         "command": "inc_dec_value", "args": { "action": "inc_min" } },
    { "keys": ["alt+down"],       "command": "inc_dec_value", "args": { "action": "dec_min" } },

    { "keys": ["super+up"],       "command": "inc_dec_value", "args": { "action": "inc_max" } },
    { "keys": ["super+down"],     "command": "inc_dec_value", "args": { "action": "dec_max" } },

    { "keys": ["super+alt+up"],   "command": "inc_dec_value", "args": { "action": "inc_all" } },
    { "keys": ["super+alt+down"], "command": "inc_dec_value", "args": { "action": "dec_all" } }
]

Copyright

Copyright © 2011 Razumenko Maksim razumenko.maksim@gmail.com

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MIT License, see http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT