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Sublime​CMD

by SublimeText ST2

Simple command processor for Sublime Text.

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  • 2011.04.25.10.10.25
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SublimeCMD

A simple command processor for Sublime Text.

The Problem

The Python console is very cumbersome to use for a number of common tasks. A dedicated command processor for these tasks can improve the experience.

Feature Overview

  • Commands to explore settings, commands and keybindings, and to run commands by name.
  • Integration with PowershellUtils package (if available).
  • Integration with UberSelection package (if available).

Getting Started

If you're running a full installation, simply double click on the .sublime-package files. If you're running a portable installation, perform an installation by hand.

Lastly, run sublime_cmd from the Python console or bind this command to a key combination:

view.run_command("sublime_cmd")

How to Use

SublimeCMD understands the following types of commands:

  • Intrinsic SublimeCMD commands
  • UberSelection commands (see UberSelection docs)
  • PowershellUtils commands (see PowershellUtils docs)

Type commands at the SublimeCMD prompt and press enter.

Intrinsic Commands

Syntax:

  • <COMMAND>[<MODIFIERS>] <ARGUMENTS>

At the moment, an argument is always required, even if it's ignored. Some arguments may be simple patterns like hell? world or hell? w*.

run
Runs or searches commands depending on the modifiers.
set
Sets or searches settings depending on the modifiers.

Modifiers

?
Performs a query based on the argument.
!
Generally forces verbose output from queries. If combined with query, must always precede ?.
:w|a
Applies command to window or application. By default, commands are applied to the current view.

Examples

set word_wrap False

This command modifies the setting for the view in the current session.

set? word_wrap

This command shows the setting's value in the status bar.

set!? w*

This command plots all declared values for all settings beggining with w in the order they are applied.

run:w increase_font_size

This command runs the given argument as a window command.

run!? .

This command shows all found commands. Note the argument is ignored.

Powershell Commands

Precede the command with ! or r!:

![datetime]"$(([datetime]::Now).year)/12/25"-(date)|%{ "Days left until Christmas: $($_.days)"}
r!"$pwd"
!
Runs the command and outputs results to a new buffer.
r!
Runs the command and reads ouput into selected regions.

UberSelection Commands

Type the command normally:

?^def ?,/^def /-1-V/football/;s/foo/bar/