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Sublime​Linter-addon-filter

by kaste ST3

Provide filter functions for SL

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Hi!

This is an addon for SublimeLinter.

Filter errors

This plugin provides a new command sublime_linter_addon_filter available via the Command Palette SublimeLinter: Filter Errors. It opens a text input field where you can type search terms. The views will update automatically while typing. Prepend a term with - to negate a term. Terms are full regex patterns, e.g. -W\d\d is totally valid.

All terms are matched against the string {filename}: {lintername}: {error_type}: {code}: {message}. Unsaved views have the filename <untitled>.

Cycle through patterns

Using this functionality, another command sublime_linter_addon_cycle_filter_patterns is provided which takes one argument patterns with the type List[string].

You can define a key binding for example to cycle through 'only warnings/only errors/all'.

{ "keys": ["ctrl+k", "ctrl+k"], 
  "command": "sublime_linter_addon_cycle_filter_patterns",
  "args": {
        "patterns": ["warnings: ", "errors: ", ""]
  } 
},

On/Off all errors

There is an on/off switch which toggles quickly all problems. You can reach the command using the Command Palette SublimeLinter: On/Off. Look at Default.sublime-commands for how this is done.

Theme support

The plugin will set sl_filtered_errors if results are filtered. You can use this to cutomize your theme.

Example and mandatory gif

Using

{ "keys": ["ctrl+k", "ctrl+f"],
    "command": "sublime_linter_addon_cycle_filter_patterns",
    "args": {
      "patterns": ["-annotations:", "annotations:", ""]
    }
  },

I switch 'annotations' on and off.

Please note, that the status bar also indicates by its color that a filter is applied.