Syntax highlighting, autocompletion, and Goto Symbol/Anything for the Jai language in Sublime Text 3.
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Syntax highlighting, autocompletion, and Goto Symbol/Anything/Definition for the Jai language in Sublime Text 3. Thank you to GreenLightning for their contributions.
As you probably know, this language is not officially released yet, but the demonstrations of the language by Jonathan Blow and Abner Coimbre have been very promising, so the purpose of this package is to help people hit the ground running when the language is released.
All present and future features of JaiTools will always be exceedingly simple to use. This package strives to never interrupt your flow or waste your battery. Of course, JaiTools will be continually updated as the language evolves.
JaiTools indexes your open files for completions. For the best experience, make sure you set your other autocompletion packages to ignore .jai files, otherwise you might receive duplicate/unhelpful completion suggestions. Other than that, no setup is required.
Begin typing a procedure call to view the matching symbols in your project. Type more to narrow down the list, or use the arrow keys to pick the right procedure. Hit Tab to complete it and jump to its parameter, hit Tab again to jump to the second parameter, etc.
Goto Symbol (ctrl+R/cmd+R) shows all the top-level symbols in the file including procedure parameters, so you can easily tell the difference between multiple overloaded procedures. Goto Symbol in Project (shift+ctrl+R/shift+cmd+R) shows all top-level symbols in your project, but doesn't show procedure parameters (yet).
Suggestions, issues, pull requests and other contributions are very welcome!