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Slugify

by alimony ST2/ST3

Convert the selected text to a slug.

Details

  • 2019.06.23.18.51.50
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 4 weeks ago
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  • Total 2K
  • Win 680
  • OS X 1K
  • Linux 415
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Slugify

Sublime Text 2 & 3 package that adds a command for converting the selected text to a slug.

Installation

This package is available through Package Control, it’s called “Slugify”.

Usage

Select a piece of text and run “Slugify” from the Command Palette. All characters will be converted to ASCII, removing any punctuation and such, and spaces converted to a separator character that by default is a dash. You can change what separator to use by editing the package setting slugify_separator, see Preferences > Package Settings > Slugify > Settings — User.

Adding a key binding

To add a keyboard shortcut for the Slugify command, just bind the name “slugify” to keys of your choice. For example, this binds it to cmd-alt-y:

[
    {
        "keys": ["super+alt+y"],
        "command": "slugify"
    }
]

For more information on key bindings, see the Unofficial Sublime Text Documentation.

Credits

The slugify function itself is by Armin Ronacher. The plugin part is based on sublime-slug by Damiano Seno.