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Node​Requirer

by ganemone ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text 3 plugin for requiring modules.

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NodeRequirer - A Sublime Text 3 plugin for requiring node modules

Sublime Text 3

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About

This is a Sublime Text 3 plugin allowing you to easily require node modules without having to worry about relative paths. It parses your project to allow you to require any local module or dependency listed in your package.json. In addition, it allows you to include node core modules.

Usage

ctrl+shift+i => RequireCommand

Provides a dropdown of local files, node core modules, and dependencies defined in package.json + bower.json SublimeRequirer will insert var {modulename} = require('/path/to/modulename.js').

NodeRequirer

ctrl+shift+e => RequireSpecificExportCommand

Provides same initial drop down as RequireCommand. After selecting a module, the plugin will attempt to parse the file or dependency to look for commonjs exports, and show a list of possible exports. The user may then select one or more exports to be required.

Example with single export selection:

var doSomething = require('../../utils/index.js').doSomething;

Example with multiple export selection:

var utils = require('../../utils/index.js');
var doSomething = utils.doSomething;
var doAnotherThing = utils.doAnotherThing;

Or with the destructuring option in preferences set to true…

var { doSomething, doAnotherThing } = require('../../utils/index.js');

NodeRequireExport

ctrl+shift+o => RequireFromWordCommand

With the cursor on the desired variable, press ctrl+shift+o to have NodeRequirer import the corresponding module at the bottom of the current imports list. A fuzzy string matching algorithm similar to how Sublime Text filters lists on user input is used to select the best matching module to import. This is a new feature, and there still is some work to do on making it work perfectly in all scenarios.

RequireFromWordCommand

Options

NodeRequirer exposes several useful plugin options for configuring aliases, import modes and quotes. These are available under Preferences -> Package Settings -> Node Require or search for NodeRequirer: Set plugin options

Example User Plugin Preferences

{
    // Type of quotes to use
    "quotes": "single || double",

    // Use 'var', 'const', or 'let' variable declarations
    "var": "var",

    // Use ES6 import format, when syntactically correct. Use detect to determine based on file buffer
    "import": "detect",

    // Whether to use ES6 import or require in detect mode when
    // the format could not be identified (e.g. when neither were used in file)
    "detect_prefer_import": true,

    "alias": {
        // <module name>: <variable name>
        "underscore": "_"
    },

    // Use object destructuring when assigning multiple exports
    "destructuring": false,

    // Use snippets when inserting require statements to allow
    // for easy variable name changing
    "snippet": true,
    // Directories to exclude when searching for files to require
    // The default directories excluded are [".git", "bower_components", "node_modules"]
    "exclude_dirs": [".git", "bower_components", "node_modules", "somerandom_directory"],
    // File patterns to include in searches. Basically does a substring search.
    // Default patterns:
    "importable_extensions": [
        // plain js
        "js", "jsx", "tsx",
        // css
        "css", "less", "scss",
        // images
        "svg", "jpg", "png", "gif",
        // templates
        "hbs", "html", "ejs",
        // schemas
        "yaml", "json", "xml"
    ]
}

Installation

Through Sublime Package Manager

  • Ctrl+Shift+P or Cmd+Shift+P in Linux/Windows/OS X
  • type install, select Package Control: Install Package
  • type NodeRequirer, select NodeRequirer

Options

You can configure project aliases and quote options in the plugin options ctrl+shift+p and find NodeRequirer: Set Plugin Options

Manually

Make sure you use the right Sublime Text folder. For example, on OS X, packages for version 2 are in ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2, while version 3 is labeled ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3.

These are for Sublime Text 3:

Mac

git clone https://github.com/ganemone/NodeRequirer.git ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages/NodeRequirer

Linux

git clone https://github.com/ganemone/NodeRequirer.git ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/NodeRequirer

Windows

git clone https://github.com/ganemone/NodeRequirer.git "%APPDATA%/Sublime Text 3/Packages/NodeRequirer"