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Sublime​Magic

by mreq ST2/ST3

A magic command for sublime. Manage multiple commands with the same hotkey based on advanced contexts.

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★ SublimeMagic

A magic command for sublime. Create a spellbook, cast spells on your code, make magic happen.

What?

SublimeMagic provides a sublime_magic command, which looks through user-defined actions and performs the first matching one.

Use the spell hotkey!

Default keybind is alt + spacebar but you can set your own. To use the plugin, you have to bind the sublime_magic command.

Regular example:

{
  "keys": ["ctrl+,"],
  "command": "sublime_magic"
}

Vintageous example:

{
  "keys": [" ", " "],
  "command": "sublime_magic",
  "context": [{ "key": "vi_command_mode_aware" }]
}

Create your spellbook!

The spellbook (your sublime-settings file) consists of a single spells array containing the user-defined spells:

{
  "spells": []
}

The spells are iterated one-by-one and the first one matching the context conditions is casted. When there's no spell matching, nothing happens. When there are multiple matching spells, only the top-most one is performed.

Spell

Each spell consists of the following required fields:

Spells can be limited by settings a context (similar to key bindings, though not using the same syntax). Known context keys:

  • scope - an array of required scope names (using regexp) - all patterns must match
  • line_matches - an array of patterns that the current line must match
  • selection_empty - when true, some text has to be selected; when false, there must be no selection
  • selection_matches - an array of patterns that the currently selected text must match
  • need more? - make an issue, or even better a PR :)

Spell example

{
  "name": "Replace single quoted content with clipboard",
  "context": {
    "scope": ["string\\.quoted\\.single"]
  },
  "spell": "replace_text",
  "args": {
    "where": "inside",
    "delimiter": "'",
    "replacement": "$clipboard"
  }
}

Available spells

Example spellbook

Have a nice spellbook? Create a pull request and let me add a link here!

Spellbooks: + mreq

A simple example:

{
  "spells": [
    {
      "name": "Replace single quoted content with clipboard",
      "context": {
        "scope": ["string\\.quoted\\.single"]
      },
      "spell": "replace_text",
      "args": {
        "where": "inside",
        "delimiter": "'",
        "replacement": "$clipboard"
      }
    },
    {
      "name": "Replace double quoted content with clipboard",
      "context": {
        "scope": ["string\\.quoted\\.double"]
      },
      "spell": "replace_text",
      "args": {
        "where": "inside",
        "delimiter": "\"",
        "replacement": "$clipboard"
      }
    },
    {
      "name": "Replace content after colon with clipboard",
      "context": {
        "line_matches": [": "]
      },
      "spell": "replace_text",
      "args": {
        "where": "after",
        "delimiter": ": ",
        "replacement": "$clipboard"
      }
    }
  ]
}