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SSL for Linux
I really, really miss the SSL package in Sublime Text and I always used external python installation for doing SSL requests.
For enabling other packages to use SSL, I re-distribute this part of great SFTP Package from Will Bond as single open source licensed package, which is permitted by him according to a post in Sublime Text User Echo.
SSL is only available after this SSL.py has been loaded. So you must import packages, which need SSL support rather in plugin_loaded() or locally in your functions than globally at start of your plugin.
If you really have to import your packages globally, you can try:
import some_package_using_ssl def plugin_loaded(): from imp import reload reload(some_package_using_ssl)
(Just an idea, I did not test this)
- Reload Package Control after SSL Package is Installed. (If package control did not work anymore, you had to disable SSL, restart and then you could use it.)
Will Bond (http://wbond.net).