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JSML Formatter

by mjkaufer ST3

A Sublime Text 3 plugin to help write faster JSML.

Labels JSML

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  • Total 4K
  • Win 3K
  • OS X 738
  • Linux 177
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JSML-Autoformat

A Sublime Text 3 plugin to help write faster JSML.

Installing

JSML-Formatter should become available on Package Control soon.

To Use

Use the keyboard command ctrl-[ to create a new JSML array with one element, i.e.

[
    {
        t: "p",
        T: "dorem ipsum",
    },
],

Use the keyboard command ctrl-{ to create a new JSML element, i.e.

{
    t: "p",
    T: "dorem ipsum",
},

Note, these shortcuts work only on .jsml files, to avoid confusion.

Todo

  • Add settings so that users can use the commands on any file they choose, as opposed to just .jsml
  • Bug fixes
  • Sublime Text 2 Support
  • Implement linting of some sort
  • Global domination

Contributing

Send a pull request here: https://github.com/mjkaufer/JSML-Autoformat

What's JSML?

Check out JSML's readme here: https://github.com/mjkaufer/JSML