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Meteor Autocomplete (Tern​JS)

by Slava ST3

Meteor Framework autocompletion for Sublime

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Tern.js Meteor for Sublime Text 3

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This is a repository with a package for the Sublime Text 3 editor. By running a customized version of Tern.js, this package provides an autocompletion option for developing Meteor applications in JavaScript.

Interested in this for a different editor? Check out this project.

This package is a fork of the original tern_for_sublime package. You can find the original README in this repository as Original_README.md.

Installation

There are two parts to the installation. First, let your Sublime Text 3 know to autocomplete words on the dot character (.):

  1. Open Sublime Text 3
  2. Open “Preferences”, “Settings - User”
  3. Add a line to your JSON (inside the main object): , "auto_complete_triggers": [ { "characters": "<", "selector": "text.html" }, { "characters": ".", "selector": "source.js" } ]

The second part is to install the package itself. The automatic way is to install it from the Package Control.

  1. Install the Package Control from https://packagecontrol.io/
  2. Install this package by running “Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + P” -> “Install Package” -> “Meteor Autocomplete (TernJS)”

The manual way is to clone this repo in your Sublime Text 3 editor's “Packages” folder. See this handy page by floobits to learn more.

Restart your Sublime Text 3 editor.

Usage

Autocompletion

This package searches your source tree for the folder called “.meteor” or a “package.js” file. Once it is found, the package considers its parent to be the root of your Meteor project or package.

In addition to the default Meteor symbols generated out of the documentation, you get the autocompetion between files and packages. This package is not smart enough to understand the packages dependencies, but it can distinguish local files scope as well as the global scope.

Jump to definition

Put your cursor on a symbol and press the alt+. combination to jump to the symbol definition. You can jump back to where you started by pressing the alt+, combination.

Alternatively, you can select the “TernJS: Jump To Definition” item from the command palette.

Look up type of selection

show type

Put your blinking cursor on a symbol or select an expression and run “TernJS: Show Type For Selection” from the command palette.

Look up documentation of selection

Similarly, you can get an API documentation excerpt and a link to the docs if you run “TernJS: Show Documentation For Selection” from the command palette.

By default, this plugin provides docs for Meteor APIs, as well as APIs for node.js, jQuery, and browser/ES5,6 features.

Jump to the Template declaration file

You can find the .html Template file just by looking at its JavaScript reference. You can call the same “TernJS: Jump To Definition” command or press alt+..

jump to template

Using Meteor Packages from Atmosphere

This plugin will find and analyze all 3rd party packages your app uses if you run your app with the meteor command at least once. Every time you update your used packages, you would need to trigger the re-reading of the .meteor/versions file (either by restarting the Tern server or restarting Sublime or editing and saving the versions file).

use Atmosphere packages

Using Meteor with Sublime? Here is more!

Here is a list of recommended Sublime Text packages by other authors you might want to install.

  • Gitignored File Excluder - ignores lots and lots of build files from your search queries

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