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Wget

by Oblongmana ST3

Retrieve a web page (ad-hoc or from a list), turn it into markdown, and display in Sublime

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Source
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Sublime Wget

A plugin for Sublime Text 3 that retrieves the contents of a URL for you, runs the contents through an html-to-markdown parser, and displays the result in a new tab in Sublime

Installation

  1. Recommended: Download Package Control and install using the Package Control: Install Package command (search for Wget)
  2. Not recommended: Simply download this repo and save it to a Wget directory inside your Sublime Packages/ directory. You will not receive automatic updates as you would following option 1

Usage

There are two basic use-cases:

  1. Ad-hoc retrieval of web pages
  2. Retrieval of web pages from a user-defined list

1. Ad-hoc retrieval of web pages

SublimeWget adds a new command to your palette: 'Wget'. Simply select this command, type in the url you want to access and press enter. Don't worry about adding 'http://' at the start, SublimeWget will add it if it's missing. 'www' is not required either.

SublimeWget will retrieve the page asynchronously, and will open the page in a new tab in Sublime when done.

2. Retrieval of web pages from a user-defined list

Navigate to Preferences > Package Settings > SublimeWget > Settings - User

In this file, add the following, and customise your sites list as desired (obviously, uncomment the site object to get started)

{
  "sites": [
    // {
    //   "name":"", //Appears as filename in window e.g. "Bootstrap CSS"
    //   "address":"" //The website to load e.g. "http://getbootstrap.com/css"
    // }
  ]
}

SublimeWget has added a new command to your palette to access this list of sites quickly: 'Wget: My Sites'. Choose this command from the command palette and SublimeWget will present a list of your sites to choose from.

SublimeWget will retrieve the page asynchronously, and will open the page in a new tab in Sublime when done.

License

Copyright © 2014 James Hill oblongmana@gmail.com

Html2text.py is Copyright © 2004-2008 Aaron Swartz (GPLv3)

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.

P.S. If you happen to find any deficiencies in attribution or license details anywhere in here, please do email me or post an issue