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Objective-C Autocompletion

by oliverseal ST2/ST3

Primitive auto-completions for Objective-C in Sublime Text 2: Don't expect XCode.

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Objective-C Autocomplete (pre-alpha)

Note

These are thrown together. I use them on my own internal projects so when I have a free moment, I put a little bit together. It's not extensive.

Automatic Header lookup

Typing #import will trigger a look up of all .h files in the working directory of the file referenced. This works for most projects, but could probably be expanded.

Declared methods lookup

Typing - (<char>) will look up the header for the current .m filename and offer auto-fills for the methods declared in the header. Responses will be in snippet format so you can tab through the options.

Useful things

Try mixing with https://github.com/echoldman/Sublime-Text-Objective-C-Snippets for extra helpfulness.