A Sublime Text 3 package to automatically sync any git package repository
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Checks any git repository out to the sublime packages folder from any git object.
This package came about because I wanted the benefits of Package Control, particularily the ease which it provides in keeping packages synced across different machines, but I didn't want to be at the mercy of the original developers of a package maintaining their code and/or accepting pull requests.
With SublimePackageSync, you can keep a package synced to a particular commit, branch, tag, or any other git object of any repository (the original or a fork), and keep that configuration in sync between multiple machines by sharing/copying
If you don't want to have to restart to update a package, run the
SublimePackageSync: Sync All command from the command pallette.
If you only want to update one package, run the
SublimePackageSync: Sync Specific command and choose the package you want to sync.
Preferences > SublimePackageSync > Settings - Default for an example settings file. Copy the file into your
Packages/User directory before making any changes to avoid them being overwritten by updates.
Bug reports, forks and pull requests are welcome.