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Project Completions plugin for Sublime Text

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Project Completions plugin

This plugin lets you add project-specific completion snippets to your .sublime-project files.

Install the plugin via Package Control and you can add project-specific completions via the completions key in your .sublime-project file.

Completions can be specified in two formats.

Simple list

Just a list of [trigger, completion] items:

{
    "folders": ...
    "completions": [
        [trigger, completion],
        ...
        [trigger, completion]
    ]
}

where trigger is the prefix that triggers the completion (and can contain a caption separated by \t) and completion is a snippet. For more information about the syntax of completions see the Unofficial Documentation. Using this syntax, the completions will always be available in the project.

By Scope

A dictionary with scopes as keys and lists of completions as values:

{
    "folders": ...
    "completions": {
        selector: [
            [trigger, completion],
            ...
            [trigger, completion]
        ],
        ...
        selector: [
            [trigger, completion],
            ...
            [trigger, completion]
        ]
}

In this case only the completions associated with selectors matching the current scope will be suggested. For more info about scope selectors see the Unofficial Documentation.

Example

{
  "folders": ...
  "completions":[
      ["I", "I am a ${1:snippet} baby!"]
  ]
}

To see the example in action type I and then press tab:

Thanks

Thanks to Amina for inspiring this plugin.