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LiveReload plugin for SublimeText

Details

Installs

  • Total 407K
  • Win 271K
  • OS X 87K
  • Linux 49K
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Windows 125 169 231 222 232 215 227 168 180 177 231 217 191 238 135 168 216 234 232 180 218 169 164 200 210 241 188 192 153 160 182 231 240 236 198 165 159 217 246 231 213 224 162 181 191 193
OS X 11 20 31 36 28 33 41 24 30 39 30 30 30 32 15 20 41 39 31 32 28 20 17 26 31 31 26 35 20 28 22 41 31 44 33 19 18 28 39 41 43 34 22 15 37 30
Linux 19 25 29 22 34 31 27 20 23 26 34 30 25 26 19 23 17 24 27 31 36 29 21 29 32 32 22 21 27 23 21 26 27 25 25 17 26 23 36 31 40 26 17 39 17 28

Readme

Source
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LiveReload for Sublime Text 3

A web browser page reloading plugin for the Sublime Text 3 editor.

Installing

With Package Control:

  1. Run “Package Control: Install Package” command, find and install LiveReload plugin.
  2. Restart ST editor (if required)

Manual install, Linux users

cd ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages
rm -rf LiveReload
git clone https://github.com/alepez/LiveReload-sublimetext3 LiveReload

Manual install, OSX users

cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages/
rm -rf LiveReload
git clone https://github.com/alepez/LiveReload-sublimetext3 LiveReload

Using

Enable desired plug-ins via Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) add livereload.js to you html document.

<script>document.write('<script src="http://' + (location.host || '${1:localhost}').split(':')[0] + ':${2:35729}/livereload.js?snipver=1"></' + 'script>')</script>

You can also use one of the extensions listed here http://livereload.com/extensions/

Available plug-ins:

  • Compass Preprocessor, compiles .scss, .sass and refreshes page when file is compiled
  • Less Preprocessor, compiles .less and refreshes page when file is compiled
  • Sass Preprocessor, compiles .scss, .sass with the latest installed sass version and refreshes page when file is compiled
  • CoffeeScript Preprocessor, compiles .coffee and refreshes page when file is compiled
  • Simple Reload, refresh page when file is saved
  • Simple Reload with delay(400ms), wait 400ms then refresh page, when file is saved

Examples

  • Simple Reload from http GET request, reloads page on visit to http://localhost:35729/callback/simplereloadplugincallback/on_post_compile
  • Send content on change, sends file content to browser console

Sass Preprocessor usage

First, install latest version of sass “bash sudo gem install sass

Activate the plugin in SublimeText3 via the `package settings -> livereload -> plugins -> enable/disable plugins` menu

By default, the plugin save the compiled css in same dir of sources.
You can change this by creating a `sass_config.json` file near your sources:
```json
{
    "destination_dir": "../../webroot/css"
}

Plug-in api

https://livereload-for-sublime-text.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

Thanks

The original plugin was written by Janez Troha