Sublime Text 2/3 bundle for WebdriverIO autocompletion
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WebdriverIO Sublime Text 2/3 bundle
- Open Package Control:
Preferences -> Package Control
- Select Package Control:
WebdriverIOinto the search box and select the package to install it
Currently this plugin only provides autocompletion. Just type the first letters of a command and Sublime Text will offer all WebdriverIO matching that pattern. E.g. initializing a Selenium session with WebdriverIO:
Or when using different commands:
Note: WebdriverIO has a lot (I mean really a looot) commands. So it might be that this plugin blows up your autocompletion window which can be annoying if you have other autocompletion plugins.
There will be more features comming. Feature requests or even pull requests are much appriciated.
Don't modify any sublime-snippets as they get compiled from the WebdriverIO project the same way like the API documentation gets generated by wddoc. If you find an error in one of the command description head over to the WebdriverIO repository and change the documentation of a specific command. If you want to change the way how the snippets gets generated checkout wddoc and especially the template that is responsible for the structure of these snippet files.
- 2015-02-16 v0.1.0 First release: provides command autocompletion
- 2015-06-29 v0.2.0 Updated Snippets due to v3 release