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Minify JS To Clipboard

by vicapow ST2

takes the current selected block of text, minifies it, and copies it to the clipboard. that's it.

Details

  • 2013.08.10.04.31.21
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 9 years ago
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Minify JS To Clipboard

A simple Sublime plugin to minify the current selection of JavaScript and copy it to the clipboard. this is useful for when you want to quickly copy and paste large or small amounts of code into the console.

To install

Requires uglifyjs to be installed globally.

npm install uglifyjs -g

To use

right click on a selection and then click “Minify selection to clipboard”

Or there's also a hot-key binding that defaults to cmd+shift+c (or ctrl+shift+c on linux/window) for OS X.

After that, just paste!