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Rekit

by supnate ST2/ST3

Provide sidebar menu for Rekit command line tools.

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NOTE: This repo is deprecated in favor of Rekit Portal

Sublime plugin

Sublime text is a widely used code editor for JavaScript developers. Rekit sublime plugin is created for it to support common Rekit tasks.

The plugin will auto detect Rekit projects and provide sidebar menus for the projects so that you can easily do common Rekit tasks like creating features, running tests etc.

From the Rekit demo video you can see how to use it:

Rekit Demo

For Chinese, visit the demo on Youku:

Rekit Demo

Here is a quick look for the plugin:

Rekit plugin

Easy installation

You can install this plugin through the Package Control.

Press Cmd/Ctrl+Shift+P to open the command palette. Type “install package” and press Enter. Then search for “Rekit”

Manual installation

Download the latest release, extract and rename the directory to “Rekit”. Move the directory inside your sublime Packages directory. (Preferences > Browse packages…)

node/npm configuration

By default, Rekit plugin will auto detect node and npm commands from system environment variables. But if you use a node version manager like nvm, you may need to configure it manually.

  1. Open your sublime Packages directory (Preferences > Browse packages…)
  2. Open Rekit directory
  3. Open Rekit.sublime-settings file

By default the content is:

{
  "node_dir": false,
  "npm_dir": false,
}

You need to config the container dir for node and npm separately(though they are usually the same), for example:

{
  "node_dir": "/usr/local/bin",
  "npm_dir": "/usr/local/bin",
}