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Run Apps

by liuhewei ALL

Run or launch external applications, system commands, customized scripts from command pallete. Just like "!xxx" in VIM.

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Run applications - Sublime Text

Run any customized application from command palette. Just Ctrl/Command+Shift+P, input Run: XXX, that's it!

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Installation Instructions

Package Installer

  • Install Sublime Package Control
  • Select “Package Control: Install Package” from the Command Palette (super/ctrl+shift+p)
  • Find “Run Apps” and select

Git clone * Enter directory through “Browse Packages…” in Sublime Text “Preferences” * Run

```
git clone https://github.com/liuhewei/run-app-sublime.git
```

Usage

Firstly, add applications through: “Tools” -> “Run Apps” -> “Add Application”.

Each application follows:

{
        "caption": "Run: Git",  // Run: <App-name>, shown in command pallete
        "command": "runapp",    // cannot be changed
        "args":{
          // application full path on Win/Linux, or only name on MAC
          "app": "",

          // argument list
          // variables can be use: $DIR$, $FILE$, $PROJ$
          "args": [""],

          // optional: define what should follow the command
          // default is None
          // "dir" - file directory, same as $DIR$
          // "file" - file name, same as $FILE$
          // "proj" - project directory, same as $PROJ$
          "type": "",

          // optional: command line application or not
          // default is false
          "cli": true

          // optional: send in selected text as input or not
          // default is false
          "input": true
        }
    }

Take “Git bash on windows” as an example for GUI-app, the original command is:

C:/Windows/system32/wscript "D:/Tools/Git/Git Bash.vbs" <directory>

{
        "caption": "Run: Git",
        "command": "runapp",
        "args":{
          "app": "C:\\Windows\\system32\\wscript",
          "args": ["D:\\Tools\\Git\\Git Bash.vbs"],
          "type": "proj"
        }
    }

Take “git status .” as an example for CLI-app, the original command is:

D:\Tools\Git\mingw64\bin\git.exe status . Under current file's directory.

{
    "caption": "Run: Git-status",
    "command": "runapp",
    "args":{
      "app": "D:\\Tools\\Git\\mingw64\\bin\\git.exe",
      "args": ["status", "."],
      "type": "dir",
      "cli": true
    }
}

Take “go doc ” as an example for CLI-app with input, the original command is:

D:\Tools\Go\bin\go.exe doc fmt.Println Under selected text fmt.Println

{
    "caption": "Run: Godoc",
    "command": "runapp",
    "args":{
      "app": "D:\\Tools\\Go\\bin\\go.exe",
      "args": ["doc"],
      "input": true,
      "cli": true
    }
}