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by kallookoo ST2/ST3

Sublime Text plugin to search on World Wide Web

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WebSearch

Sublime Text plugin to search on World Wide Web.

This package adds:

  • A Web Search command to the context menu on the view.
  • A command palette for the current selection or word
  • A command palette that will ask you what to search
  • A command palette for change engine during session (Close Sublime Text, return to active engine)

By default Google is used for web searches, but the search engine is configurable.

Installation

Using Package Control

  • From command palette Package Control: Install Package
  • Look for “WebSearch”

Usage

  • Using context menu on view, see context_menu options for customize.
  • Place the cursor inside a word or select some text and press Ctrl+Shift+s.
  • Using Command Pallete: Find WebSearch… and select available options

Settings

{
    // Select current engine
    "current_engine": "Google",
    // Default engines defined inside of plugin
    // is possible overwritte any engine using same name
    // "engines":
    // {
    //     "Ask": "https://www.ask.com/web?q=",
    //     "Bing": "https://www.bing.com/search?q=",
    //     "DuckDuckGo": "https://duckduckgo.com/?q=",
    //     "Google": "https://google.com/search?q=",
    //     "Wikipedia": "https://wikipedia.org/w/index.php?search=",
    //     "Yahoo": "https://search.yahoo.com/search?p="
    // },
    "engines": {},
    // Enable developer engines
    "use_developer_engines": false,
    // Default developer enfines inside of plugin
    // is possible overwritte any engine using same name.
    // They are the ones that have occurred to me ;)
    // "developer_engines":
    // {
    //     "MDN": "https://developer.mozilla.org/search?q=",
    //     "PHP": "https://php.net/search.php?show=quickref&pattern=",
    //     "Python": "https://docs.python.org/3/search.html?q=",
    //     "Python2": "https://docs.python.org/2/search.html?q=",
    //     "WordPress": "https://developer.wordpress.org/?s="
    // },
    "developer_engines": {},
    // Exclude available engines for show
    // Default to exclude: ["Ask", "Bing", "Yahoo", "Python2"]
    "exclude_engines_from_list": ["Ask", "Bing", "Yahoo", "Python2"],
    // Change mode of the context menu
    "context_menu_with_children": false,
    // Show context menu with different caption:
    // 1 - default text caption "Web Search" (disabled if "context_menu_with_children": true)
    // 2 - Custom text "Search on <engine>"
    // 3 - Custom text with excerpt "Search on <engine> for <excerpt>..."
    "context_menu_description": 3,
    // Length of the selected text for view in context menu
    "context_menu_description_length": 10,
    // Mode to open browser, tab or window
    "browser_mode": "tab",
    // Select and change the search engine when the Command Palette is used
    // Command palette option on execute:
    // - WebSearch: Search selected text
    // - WebSearch: Search text
    // Note:
    // It does change globally, to maintain the "current_engine" and not have to change it again.
    "engine_change": false,
    // Add "WebSearch: <engine>" on status bar
    "show_current_engine_on_status_bar": true,
    // Use for remove or change status bar text prefix
    "status_bar_text_prefix": "WebSearch:"
}

Add a new or rewritte exists search engine

  • Open Preferences > Package Settings > Web Search > Settings - User
  • Add a new entry under engines

Code:

{
    "engines": {
        "EngineName": "EngineUrl"
    }
}

Available keyboard shortcut

  • For launch search with current engine ctrl+shift+s
  • For launch search with custom query ctrl+alt+s
  • For change current engine only on current session ctrl+shift+e

Change default keyboard shortcut

Open Preferences > Package Settings > Web Search > Key Bindings - User