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Sublime Text package for sorting selected JavaScript import/require() lines by module name

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Sort JavaScript Imports

Adds a Sort JavaScript Imports command to Sublime Text 2 or 3, which sorts selected lines containing JavaScript import statements or require() calls by the module path they're importing.

Install via Package Control

Ctrl-Shift-P/Command-Shift-P → Package Control: Install Package → Sort JavaScript Imports

Install via git clone

Preferences → Browse Packages… → git clone https://github.com/insin/sublime-sort-javascript-imports.git "Sort JavaScript Imports"

Usage

Select lines containing the import statements you want to sort, then use either of:

  • Command palette: Ctrl-Shift-P/Command-Shift-P → Sort JavaScript Imports
  • Default key binding: Alt-F9 on Linux/Windows or Alt-F5 on Mac

Lines will be sorted based on the module path being imported, respecting (and normalising) any blank lines used to divide imports into different categories.

Any non-import lines in the selection will be moved to the end, separated by a new blank line if necessary. Let me know if there's a preferable way to handle these.

Import ordering

Where top-level imports and path-based imports are mixed in the same block, they will be ordered as follows:

  1. Top-level imports
  2. Imports which traverse up out of the current directory, from furthest away to closest
  3. Imports within the current directory

Note: if you're using Webpack aliases or a Babel alises plugin for top-level importing of your app's own code, you might want to put those in a separate block for clarity.

Example

MIT Licensed

Unit testing and configuration setup cribbed from Sort Lines (Numerically).