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Moonscripty

by szensk ALL

Sublime + Moonscript configuration.

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  • 2014.07.24.21.39.19
  • github.​com
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  • 8 years ago
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Description

Moonscripty is a package for Sublime Text 2/3 for MoonScript developers. It adds a live parser based on LuaSublime and Love completions to moonscript-tmbundle.

Installation

You can install this package through Package Control, simply use Command Palette: Package Control Install Package -> Moonscripty.

Alternatively, you can install this package by running the following command in your Packages directory:

git clone git://github.com/szensk/sublmoon.git

Error checking

By default any moon file will be run through moonc -p and the first encountered error is outlined.

To disable or change this behavior

{
       "live_parser": true,
       "live_parser_style": "{dot|circle|outline}",
       "live_parser_persistent:" false,
       "moonc_path": "moonc"
}

in Moonscript > User Settings.

Syntax highlighting

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Command Palette: Set Syntax: Moonscript

Completions

LuaDoc tags are available in comments. For example. “@param” expands to “– @param type name desc”. Love2D functions are available by default. To disable them, simply delete the Love.sublime-completions file.

Build Modes

  • Ctrl + B: Run script with moon

  • Ctrl + Shift + B: Compile file with moonc

  • Command Palette: “moonc: show Lua” will output to the build panel.

  • Command Palette: “ldoc” commands generate documentation using LDoc.

  • Command Palette: “love” commands execute the current file (or project directory) with Love.