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Primitive Filler

by francolam ALL

Autocompletion for scss primitive values

Details

  • 2014.09.19.23.22.14
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 9 years ago
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Primitive Filler

Installation

You should be able to install it via Package Control by searching the name

Description & Setup

If you separate the variables definition for Sass in an file, you might need to reference the files to see what variables are available. This autocompletion plugin will help you for the lookup. Before you use it, you need to create a folder called “primitives” in your project. You just need to put your files which contains the variable definitions in the folder. Please note that the files are partial as it only contains variables. So, if the files are not partial, the plugin won't look into the file.

Usage

  1. Open your project dirtory in Sublime
  2. Open the sass/css file that you want to work on
  3. type in “sym.” to start the auto completion

The autocompletion drop down shows with the file names; then, the variables inside the file! If you set up as the description section described and nothing shows, you can enter “Crtl+r” to rescan your files.