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Initializr

by drinks ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text (2 & 3) Plugin for Bootstrapping HTML5Boilerplate Projects

Labels automation, utils

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  • Total 1K
  • Win 715
  • OS X 352
  • Linux 140
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Readme

Source
raw.​githubusercontent.​com

Initializr

Quickly bootstrap and open an HTML5 Boilerplate project from Sublime.

Installation

Package Control

Select 'Initializr' from the Install Package… menu

Vanilla Sublime

Clone this repo into your Packages folder.

Usage

Just run the command:

Initializr: New Project

Provide a path for your new project and hit enter. That's it!

Note:
If you're using Sublime Text 2, there's no way to set the current project programmatically, so you'll have to select the new .sublime-project file from the dialog that appears.

Settings

  • zip_url: The url to a customized build from http://initializr.com with the skeleton you want to boostrap

  • default_path: The location that will be pre-filled in the dialog box on creation

License

BSD3