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Vale

by ValeLint ST3

A Sublime Text 3 package for Vale, the customizable linter for prose.

Labels linting, prose

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Vale + Sublime Text

A Sublime Text 3 (build 3080+) package for Vale, the customizable linter for prose.

Interactive Linting

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Bring your style guide to life with detailed pop-ups or status bar messages.

Style & Rule Management

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Easily access styles defined in your Vale configuration file on a per-view basis.

Installation

  1. Install Vale.
  2. Install Package Control.
  3. Bring up the Command Palette (Command-Shift-P on macOS and Ctrl-Shift-P on Linux/Windows).
  4. Select Package Control: Install Package and then select Vale when the list appears.

Usage

The first step is to specify the location of the Vale binary in your settings file (Preferences → Package Settings → Vale → Settings - User):

// Enter your path here ...
{
    "vale_binary": "/usr/local/bin/vale",
}

From here, you can run one of the following commands via the Command Palette:

  1. Vale: Lint View: runs the Vale binary on the active view.
  2. Vale: Edit Styles: shows a list of styles relevant to the active view.
  3. Vale: New Rule: shows a list of extension points and opens the associated template.

Configuration

This package exposes a number of configuration options. These include styling the in-text alerts, adding custom HTML/CSS for the pop-ups, and listing accepted syntaxes.

See the Default settings file (Preferences → Package Settings → Vale → Settings - Default) for more details.