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by Jacob Jackson ALL

Sublime Text client for TabNine

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This is the Sublime Text client for TabNine, the all-language autocompleter.

  • Indexes your whole project, reading your .gitignore to determine which files to index.
  • Type long variable names in just a few keystrokes using the mnemonic completion engine.
  • Zero configuration. TabNine works out of the box.
  • Highly responsive: typically produces a list of suggestions in less than 10 milliseconds.

A note on licensing: this repo includes source code as well as packaged TabNine binaries. The MIT license only applies to the source code, not the binaries. The binaries are covered by the TabNine End User License Agreement.

auto_complete: false

The TabNine sublime plugin disables sublime's built in autocomplete.
It does that, because sublime's builtin autocomplete does not support all the features required by TabTine.
If you ever uninstall TabNine, remember to re-enable it.