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Python Create Package

by curaloucura ALL

Add a create package context menu

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Sublime Python Create Package

Plugin to Sublime Text 2 and 3. Add a context menu to Side Bar create a Python module.

Usage

Whenever you need to create a new module, just right click on the base folder and select Create Python Package. It will ask for a module name, and it will:

- create a new folder with the given name
- and add a __init__.py file to it 
- and open a new file to edit

Installation

Using Sublime Package Manager, install the Python Create Package Or clone and copy the contents to your Sublime Packages folder

More Info and Bug Tracking

You can get the latest code, make suggestions or report bugs at https://github.com/curaloucura/SublimePythonPackage