Forked from the Bitbuket mercurial repository, this allows you to browse and edit sublime preferences/settings, without writing JSON files.
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This is an editor, which allows you to browse and edit sublime preferences/settings, without writing JSON files (at least in most cases).
Default setting's comment is displayed as help text, if present.
There is an instant preview in current view which changing setting.
- Quick Settings: Edit Preferences...
- You will get displayed a list of preferences to edit. If you select one, you will be presented the whole set of current preferences for selected view (Preferences, Distraction Free, This View, Some specific Syntax).
- Renamed the project from Preferences Editor to QuickSettings
- Reimplemented most features and code
- Added support to remember the last input used
- Removed several settings
- fix accidental setting view preferences to None (thanks to Rahul Ramadas)
- add support for current project settings
- fix issue #3 and issue #4: coding error and choking on empty pref file
- add setting "preferences_editor_loglevel" to set log level (default ERROR)
- fix wrong stringification of data in input panel
- fix issue #2: Anaconda uses multiline comments, which were not extracted
- update setting in quickpanel, after changing it
- current preferences are now default for syntax specific settings
- stay in preferences edit menu until quitting explicitly, so you can edit more than one preference in a row.
- Fix changing lists and dictionaries. Changing lists resulted in a null list.
- Fix instant preview for text input.
- Add instant preview in current view. This is cool for e.g. changing color schemes.
- Preferences → Edit Settings... now presents a list of preferences, which are editable. Here you can edit preferences for different points of view.
- Add This View to list of editable preferences, which changes preferences for current view. It does not include settings, which are dynamically set by packages.
- Default for naming current syntax is now "Current Syntax", you can turn on the real syntax name by setting preferences_editor_use_syntax_name to true.
- Setting type (if it is the default or a setting overridden by user) is not displayed per default anymore. You can turn this advanced setting on by setting preferences_editor_indicate_default_settings to true.
- There are new commands added to command palette.
See the LICENSE.txt file under this repository.