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Joins and unjoins whole statements

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Sublime JoinStatement plugin

Joins and unjoins whole statements.

Demo

Installation

This plugin is part of sublime-enhanced plugin set. You can install sublime-enhanced and this plugin will be installed automatically.

If you would like to install this package separately check “Installing packages separately” section of sublime-enhanced package.

Usage

  1. Unjoin statement
# before
hash_table = {'key1': 'val1', 'key2': 'val2'}

# after
hash_table = {
  'key1': 'val1',
  'key2': 'val2'
}

# before
condition = (a > b and b > c and c > d)

# after
condition = (
  a > b and
  b > c and
  c > d
)
  1. Join statement
# before
hash_table = {
  'key1': 'val1',
  'key2': 'val2'
}

# after
hash_table = {'key1': 'val1', 'key2': 'val2'}

# before
condition = (
  a > b and
  b > c and
  c > d
)

# after
condition = (a > b and b > c and c > d)

You can execute command by hitting keyboard shortcut or by placing cursor and the after opening bracket and hitting “enter” or “alt+/” (right delete). In some cases command will not work (not a source code); if it happened you can put space after bracket and hit enter or “right delete” to do stuff manually.

Not that it'll works only with first-level brackets. Any other nesting will be ignored. E.g.:

# before
hash_table = {
  'key1': 'val1',
  'key2': {
    'subkey1': 'subval1'
  }
}

# after
hash_table = {'key1': 'val1', 'key2': {
    'subkey1': 'subval1'
  }}

Commands

Description Keyboard shortcut Command palette
Join statement ctrl+alt+t JoinStatement: Join
Join statement (as arguments) [detects automatically] JoinStatement: Join (as arguments)
Unjoin statement ctrl+alt+shift+t JoinStatement: Unjoin
Unjoin statement (as arguments) [detects automatically] JoinStatement: Unjoin (as arguments)
Join statement (after bracket) enter
Unjoin statement (after bracket) alt+/

Dependencies