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Tensorflow

by baptisteArnaud ST2/ST3

Tensorflow package for Sublime Text editor. It includes Autocompletion and Snippet specific to Tensorflow

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Sublime Tensorflow

Tensorflow plugin for Sublime Text editor.

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Installation

Sublime Tensorflow can be installed: * Through Sublime Package Control. Package name: Tensorflow * Manually by cloning this repo and copy/paste in a folder into the Sublime Text packages directory.

Usage

Sublime Tensorflow offers you: * Autocompletion from a list scrapped from official Tensorflow API documentation. * Shortcut to check the doc by selecting or simply pointing the Tensorflow class/function and: * Windows & Linux: ctrl + alt + w * OSX: ctrl + cmd + w

Configuration

You can change the shortcut by editing the keymap file accessible from Preferences->Package Settings->Sublime Tensorflow->Settings - User

The correct syntax is the following:

[
    {
        "keys": ["ctrl+alt+w"],
        "command": "tfdoc"
    }
]

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