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Snippet Destroyer

by twolfson ST2/ST3

Destroy all Sublime Text completions and snippets

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sublime-snippet-destroyer

Destroy all Sublime Text completions and snippets.

Have you ever been humming along, using Tab to fill out previously used variables, then bam you autocomplete to a snippet? Your flow is broken and frustrated at no easy way to remove the default snippets.

Well, suffer no more! sublime-snippet-destroyer seeks and destroys all completions and snippets.

sublime-snippet-destroyer does not aim to allow for restoration of snippets. If we started doing that, then we should make a full-fledged snippet manager.

Getting Started

Installation

This package is available under snippet-destroyer inside of Package Control, a [Sublime Text][subl] plugin that allows for easy management of other plugins.

If you prefer the manual route, you can install the script via the following command in the Sublime Text terminal (ctrl+`) which utilizes git clone.

import os; path=sublime.packages_path(); (os.makedirs(path) if not os.path.exists(path) else None); window.run_command('exec', {'cmd': ['git', 'clone', 'https://github.com/twolfson/sublime-snippet-destroyer', 'snippet-destroyer'], 'working_dir': path})

Packages can be uninstalled via “Package Control: Remove Package” via the command pallete, ctrl+shift+p on Windows/Linux, command+shift+p on Mac.

Usage

sublime-snippet-destroyer provides a new command to the command pallete “Destroy all snippets!!”

When this is ran, it finds all .sublime-snippet + .sublime-completions + .tmSnippet files in your Sublime Text Packages directory.

If no snippets are found, you will be informed as such.

If snippets are found, you will be prompted to confirm in their deletion. If you approve, they will be removed from disk.

There is currently one section we cannot erase which is any plugin with a on_query_completions method (e.g. CSS and HTML). These are baked in to EventListener commands and cannot be scrubbed easily. As a result, you must delete these files manually.

Donating

Support this project and others by twolfson via donations.

http://twolfson.com/support-me

Unlicense

As of Nov 20 2013, Todd Wolfson has released this repository and its contents to the public domain.

It has been released under the UNLICENSE.