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Terminal Notifier

by davidolrik ST3 Mac

Let Sublime Text plugins post notifications to the Notification Center on OS X

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Sublime Terminal Notifier

Let Sublime Text post notifications to the Notification Center on OS X.

Description

This plugin is a utility plugin for other plugins that wants to post notifications to the user.

Features

The plugin provides you with one command: terminal_notifier, which you call in your plugin code like this:

import sublime
sublime.active_window().run_command("terminal_notifier", {
    "title": "Something happened",
    "subtitle": "Over there",
    "message": "This is a nice notification."
})

Install

You first need to install the terminal-notifier gem:

gem install terminal-notifier

Then you install this plugin either by cloning this project directly, or by installing it via the excellent Package Control plugin.

License

© 2013 David Olrik david@olrik.dk.

This is free software. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Feel free to use this package in your own work. However, if you modify and/or redistribute it, please attribute me in some way, and distribute your work under this or a similar license.