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Php​Namespace

by gl3n ST2/ST3

A "3 in 1" package to use PHP Namespaces with SublimeText 2 and 3

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  • Linux 6K
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SublimeText PHP Namespace

PHP Namespace is a 3 in 1 package to use PHP Namespaces with SublimeText 2 and 3.

Installation

With Package Control

Look for the package named PhpNamespace.

With Git

Move to your SublimeText Packages folder and clone it :

git clone https://github.com/gl3n/sublime-php-namespace PhpNamespace

If you have SublimeText 3, use ST3 branch :

git checkout ST3

Features

1. php_namespace_copy

It builds the current file namespace and copies it into the clipboard.

Default shortcut : alt+c

Note: It can be used via Goto File Overlay.

2. php_namespace_insert_use

It builds the use <...>; statement of the current file namespace and inserts it into the last active file.

Default shortcut : alt+u

Note: It can be used via Goto File Overlay.

3. php_namespace_insert_namespace

It builds and inserts (or replaces) the namespace <...>; statement of the current file.

Default shortcut : alt+i

Settings

{
    "php_namespace.stop_folders": [
        "src",
        "workspace"
    ]
}

The php_namespace.stop_folders setting is used for php_namespace_insert_namespace command. It defines the folders where the namespace building has to stop.