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Tailwind​CSSAutocomplete

by Brad Cornes ST3

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TailwindCSSAutocomplete

Tailwind CSS autocomplete for Sublime Text

Install

Clone this repository into your Sublime Text package directory:

$ git clone https://github.com/bradlc/sublime-tailwindcss.git TailwindCSSAutocomplete

Note: you must clone the repo into a TailwindCSSAutocomplete directory

You may also need to set node_path in your Sublime Text Settings (Preferences.sublime-settings), for example:

{
  "node_path": "/usr/bin/node"
}

Note: you can find the path to your installation of Node using the which or where command, depending on your operating system

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