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Rails​Go​To​Sass

by xijo ST2/ST3

Sublime Text 3 package to navigate to sass files inside of your rails project

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Rails Go to Sass

Based on https://github.com/sporto/rails_go_to_spec

From a *.html.slim, *.html.erb, *.html.haml file this plugin will open the corresponding sass partial. E.g.:

/app/views/admin/pages/show.html.slim -> /app/assets/stylesheets/admin/pages/_show.sass
/app/views/admin/pages/_foo.html.haml -> /app/assets/stylesheets/admin/pages/_foo.sass

From a *.sass file it will attempt to find a matching view template or partial.

/app/assets/stylesheets/admin/pages/_show.sass -> /app/views/admin/pages/show.html.slim
                                                  /app/views/admin/pages/_show.html.slim
                                                  /app/views/admin/pages/show.html.haml
                                                  /app/views/admin/pages/_show.html.haml
                                                  /app/views/admin/pages/show.html.erb
                                                  /app/views/admin/pages/_show.html.erb

Installation

Using Sublime Package Control http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control

Install rails_go_to_sass

Usage

  • Run from menu > Goto > Rails Go to Sass
  • Default key binding is command + shift + u
  • Or run from command palette 'Rails Go to Sass'