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ZSH

by James Dinsdale ST2/ST3

Native ZSH autocompletion and snippets for sublime text

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  • Total 4K
  • Win 388
  • OS X 2K
  • Linux 1K
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sublime-zsh

A package containing native ZSH autocompletion and some useful snippets for ZSH development.

Installation

With Package Control

  • Hit cmd+shift+p
  • Type Install package
  • Search for ZSH

Autocompletion

sublime-zsh uses ZSH's built-in autocompletion, thanks to Vincent Breitmoser's zsh-capture-completion. As you type shell commands into your ZSH scripts in sublime, the next word is autocompleted as you type, just as it would be on the command line.

Snippets

  • array
  • function
  • hash
  • integer
  • local
  • shebang
  • start
  • zparseopts

License

Copyright © 2016 James Dinsdale hi@molovo.co (molovo.co)

sublime-zsh is licensed under The MIT License (MIT)

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