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Mermaid

by hlfcoding ST3

:tropical_fish: The missing Sublime Text 3 package for Mermaid

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  • Win 1K
  • Mac 3K
  • Linux 589
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Mermaid (for Sublime)

This package is no longer maintained. Please check out any forks or alternatives.

ST4 has been out for a while now, and it's a paid upgrade. Instead of being lavished on tooling and hobby projects, my coding time (maybe from disinterest) has shrunk to focus on work, where VSCode is used. Code, being free and when run on M1, really makes Sublime not seem worth it. And so, if you installed this package, apologies and thank you!


:tropical_fish: The missing Sublime Text 3 package for Mermaid.

Install Mermaid from Package Control.

  • x[] support, with caveats:
    • Inline node definition isn't supported, plus it does not scale well.
    • style isn't supported, since class (CSS) support is easier.

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Error: language “mermaid” is not supported
graph TB %% tab completion: 'graph'
  ID-1[Node 1] %% tab completion: 'node'
  ID-2>Node 2]
  ID-3(Node 3)
  ID-1---ID-2 %% tab completion: 'link'
  ID-1 --> ID-3
  ID-2--Link between 2 and 3---ID-3
  ID-3-->|Action from 3 to 1|ID-1
  ID-3 -- "Action from 3 to 2. p/w: '_-!#$%^&*+=?,\'" --> ID-2
  %% tab completion: 'class'
  classDef blue fill:#08f,stroke:#008
  class ID-1 blue
  %% tab completion: 'click'
  click ID-1 "https://github.com" "Tooltip text"
  click ID-2 alert "Tooltip for a callback"
  subgraph A subgraph
    ID-4{Node 4}
    ID-5((fa:fa-spinner))
    ID-6["Node 6 (same #quot;shape#quot;)"]
    ID-4-.->ID-5
    ID-5 -. Action from 5 to 4 .-> ID-4
    ID-5==>ID-6
    ID-6 == Action from 6 to 5 ==> ID-5
  end %% tab completion: 'subgraph'
  • x[] support

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Error: language “mermaid” is not supported
sequenceDiagram %% tab completion: 'diagram'
  %% tab completion: 'participant'
  participant A as Alice
  participant B as Bob
  participant C as Carol
  %% tab completion: 'note'
  Note left of A: Alice likes to chat
  %% tab completion: 'msg'
  A->B: Hello Bob, how are you?
  loop Healthcheck
    B->B: Bob checks himself...
  end %% tab completion: 'loop'
  Note over B: Bob whispers when sick
  alt is sick
    B-->A: Not so good :(
  else is well
    B->A: Feeling fresh like a daisy
  end %% tab completion: 'alt'
  opt Extra response
    B->A: You, Alice?
  end %% tab completion: 'opt'
  Note right of C: Carol is the boss
  C->>A: Get back to work!
  loop Every hour
    A->>B: Request 1
    %% tab completion: 'activate'
    activate B
    A-x+B: Request 2
    B--x-A: Response 2
    B-->>A: Response 1
    deactivate B
  end
  • [x] Preview in browser

    • From the Command Palette: Mermaid: View In Browser
    • Defaults to the entire file, unless there is a selection.
    • Configurable settings: quiet_graph_links, theme.
  • [x] Exporting, with caveats:

    • PNG conversion from SVG conflicts with opening file-URL's, so it's a link.
    • Converted SVG may be missing some styling.
  • [ ] Gantt diagram support

  • [ ] Windows support

  • [ ] Linux support


Development:

# Remove package.
$ my_project_path=~/Projects/sublime-mermaid
$ my_packages_path=~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages
$ ln -s "$my_project_path" "$my_packages_path/Mermaid"
$ cp "$my_project_path/tests/syntax_test_mermaid.mermaid" "$my_packages_path/Default"
# Develop...
$ rm "$my_packages_path/Default/syntax_test_mermaid.mermaid"
$ rm "$my_packages_path/Mermaid"
# Install package.