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Snappy

by chenditc MacLinux ALL

Reads Snappy files in Sublime Text. Snappy files are opened in read-only mode.

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sublime-snappy

Reads Snappy files in Sublime Text. Snappy files are opened in read-only mode.

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Installation

via Package Control (Not ready yet) 1. Make sure you have Package Control installed. 2. Open the Command Palette (command-shift-P on macOS; ctrl-shift-P on Ubuntu) and choose Install Package. 3. Choose Snappy from the list.

via Copy Past

  1. In Sublime, Click Tools -> Developer -> New Plugin
  2. Copy and paste Snappy.py to sublime.
  3. Save the file into Packages/User/Snappy.py

Requirement

This sublime package depends on the python-snappt library.

Install it via pip: pip3 install python-snappy

Only python3 is supported.