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Tint

by jgoebel ST3 OS XLinux

Tint - Terminal in a Tab (for sublime)

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Terminal in a Tab (Tint for short)

Why?

First, I wanted to see if it could be done. Then it started becoming useful.

Run your own commands directly from the picker

Just make your own .sublime-commands file like so:

{
    "caption": "git: status",
    "command": "tint_run_custom",
    "args": {
        "cmd": "git status" }
}

Custom commands first open a new Tint terminal and then run the command you specify inside that terminal.

Caveats

  • no interactive commands (ie, no input from terminal)
  • piping should work just fine though (grep, etc.)
  • doesn't work on Windows (currently)