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Paste​Wrap

by daguej ALL

PasteWrap wraps your Sublime Text selection(s) with whatever is on the clipboard.

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About

PasteWrap wraps your current selection(s) with whatever is on the clipboard.

It does this by replacing the asterisk * in the clipboard contents with the contents of your selection.

Example

Copy some text to the clipboard normally:

<div class="i dont want to repeat myself">*</div>

Then select stuff in sublime.

<p>I want to wrap this element!</p>

Press Ctrl+Alt+V and watch the magic happen.

<div class="i dont want to repeat myself"><p>I want to wrap this element!</p></div>