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Ttcn​Complete

by Hui Mi ALL

Sublime Text 3 plugin that offers auto-completion, Goto Definition and syntax highlight for TTCN-3 and ASN.1

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  • Total 703
  • Win 411
  • Mac 95
  • Linux 197
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Next Plan

I will add TTCN-3 code formatter/lint in next release. If you find any bug or you have any new idea, please feel free to contact me. You can also commit your code with pull request.

Sublime Text 3 TTCN-3 plugin: TtcnComplete

Sublime Text 3 plugin that offers auto-completion, Goto Definition and syntax highlight for TTCN-3 and ASN.1

Example

This plugin aims to provide easy-to-use, minimal-setup autocompletions for TTCN-3 for Sublime Text 3.

Install this plugin

  • Package Control
    • Preferences->Package Control->Install Package, search TtcnComplete.
    • Restart Sublime
  • Install from source code.
    • download one of the releases from here.
    • Preferences->Browse Packages..., copy “TtcnComplete” to open folder

Usage

  • Open you code with Sublime.
    • Project->Add Folder to Project...

Notes:

  1. Support TTCN-3 file extension “.ttcn”, “.ttcn3”, ASN.1 file extension “.asn”, module parameter file extension “.par”. If the extension does not included, please post an issue or commit a pull request.
  2. The module name must be same as the file name
  3. Currently, it only tested on Windows and Linux. Mac OS not tested, however, it should work.