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MODX Placeholder Snippets

by mkay ST2/ST3

MODX Placeholders Snippets for the Sublime Text Editor

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  • 2014.09.30.11.40.37
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 4 years ago
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MODX Placeholders for Sublime Text

Target:


Installation:

  1. Manual installation:
    Copy the directory MODX Placeholders to your Packages directory.
    Located at “Preferences > Browse Packages…”

  2. Lazy installation:
    Use Sublime's Package Control.


Usage:

* and TAB for a list of [[*resource_fields]]

+ and TAB for a list of [[+placeholders]]

- and TAB for a list of [[++system_settings]]

% and TAB for a list of [[%lexicon_strings]]


Generate your own: (OSX / Linux)

You can add you own placeholders by simply adding them to “/src/placeholder_list.txt”.

Runcreate.sh in “/src” and the script will generate a new set of snippets.