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Magic​Comment

Fully customizable Sublime Text plugin that automatically inserts configured pragma comments for you

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MagicComment ✨ for Sublime Text

MagicComment is a fully customizable Sublime Text plugin that automatically inserts required magic comments for you

Development is motivated by frozen_string_literal comment for Ruby files, but plugin can be used for literally any kind of files and any strings that you want to automatically insert

Manual usage Demo

Screen Recording 2022-03-14 at 01 17 57

Installation

Package Control

MagicComment is available at Package Control. Just select Package Control: Install Package in Sublime command palette and search for MagicComment

Manual Installation

  • cd <Packages directory> (macOS: ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text/Packages)
  • git clone https://github.com/eiskrenkov/MagicComment.git

Usage

  • On file save - Enabled by default, can be disabled in settings
  • Key Bindings - Commented by default, can be configured to anything you want
  • Command Palette - CMD+P and type MagicComment (or just comment) and select MagicComment: Insert Comments

You can always configure key bindings at Sublime Text menu -> Preferences -> Package Settings -> MagicComment -> Key Bindings

Default Configuration

Remember, that you can always reconfigure it, just open Sublime Text menu -> Preferences -> Package Settings -> MagicComment -> Settings

General

  • run_on_save
    • Type: Boolean
    • Default: true

Comments

  • text - Text of the comment to insert

    • Type: String
    • Default: true
  • line - Number of the line you wish to insert the comment

    • Type: Integer
    • Default: 1
  • blank_lines - Amount of blank lines to insert after the comment

    • Type: Integer
    • Default: 0
  • files - Object, containing files specific settings

    • Type: Object
  • files -> include - List of file names and extensions to insert comment for

    • Type: Array of String
    • Default: []
  • files -> exclude - List of file names and extensions that you want to ignore

    • Type: Array of String
    • Default: []

Note, that Include and Exclude arrays support wildcards for file extensions via '*'. E.g *.rb mathes all Ruby files, *.py - all Python files and so on

Example configuration for #frozen_string_literal: true for .rb files

{
    "text": "# frozen_string_literal: true",
    "line": 1,
    "blank_lines": 1,
    "files": {
        "include": ["*.rb", "Gemfile", "Rakefile", "config.ru"],
        "exclude": ["schema.rb"]
    }
}

Contribution

Issues and pull requests are highly welcome!