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Smart Duplicate

by roboshoes ALL

Line duplicate plugin that changes .width into .height etc.

Details

  • 2015.02.25.18.16.22
  • github.​com
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  • Total 1K
  • Win 575
  • Mac 300
  • Linux 174
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SmartDuplicate

SmartDuplicate is a Sublime Text 2 and 3 plug-in that allows duplicating lines while changing certain keywords.

Installation

  • Using Package Controller (recommended): Call Install Package and look for SmartDuplicate.

  • Manually: Clone repo into your packages folder (in Subime: Preferences > Browse Packages… menu item to open this folder).

Command

[CTRL+SHIFT+d] (or [CMD+SHIFT+d] for OSX) duplicates line using smart duplicate

Note: This overwrites the default duplicate line shortcut.

Examples

I wrote the first line of the pairs and hit [CTRL+SHIFT+d].

Grid.WIDTH = window.innerWidth();
Grid.HEIGHT = window.innerHeight();

element.x = other.width + 20 + element.width;
element.y = other.height + 20 + element.height;

target.x = stage.mouseX;
target.y = stage.mouseY;

marginTop: "30px"
marginBottom: "30px"

padding-left: 20px;
padding-right: 20px;

Supported keywords

  • width <-> height (case insensitive)
  • left <-> right (case insensitive)
  • top <-> bottom (case insensitive)
  • .x <-> .y
  • .[word]X <-> .[word]Y (any word ending in a capital X or Y)

Once again: work in progress. Constantly expanding and fine tuning the keywords

Motivation

I'm a front-end developer. It's been too many times that I duplicate a line and then go through and change all the .height to .width etc.. In the manner of automate all the things I thought I write a little plugin for the editor of my choice.

Let me know what you think. No you suck-emails please.