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Pypi​Package​Info

by Goto Hayato ST3

🐍 A Sublime Text 3 package which provides a popup for Python PyPI packages.

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PypiPackageInfo

A Sublime Text 3 package which provides a popup for Python PyPI packages in Pipfile.

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Requirements

  • TOML: A Sublime Text package for TOML syntax.
    • PypiPackageInfo uses TOML syntax to detect if the pointed scope is a package name.

Installation

Install the package.

  1. Install Package Control to your Sublime Text 3.
  2. Open the command palette and select Package Controll: Install Package.
  3. Search for and select PypiPackageInfo.

Then, install TOML syntax if it has not been installed.

  1. Open the command palette and select Package Controll: Install Package.
  2. Search for and select TOML.

Select TOML as a syntax for all Pipfiles.

User/TOML.sublime-settings:

{
  "extensions":
  [
    "Pipfile"
  ]
}

Usage

Displaying package information popup

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Hover the cursor on a package name in your Pipfile and the package information is fetched and shown in a popup window.

Currently only Pipfile files are supported and no other formats like requirements.txt are supported.

Clearing local cache

Fetched package data are stored in the local SQLite database cache.sqlite3 in the Sublime Text's cache directory. You can delete all the cache with the command PypiPackageInfo: Clear all cache.

  1. Open the command palette.
  2. Search and select ComposerPackageInfo: Clear all cache.
  3. The cache data are deleted.

Settings

There are following setting options.

  • cache_max_count

cache_max_count : (default: 1000) Max number of locally cached package data. If the number of cached package data gets greater than this value, old tuples are deleted from the database table.

You can edit the setting file via Menu → Preferences → Package Settings → PypiPackageInfo → Settings .

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License

Licensed under the MIT License.