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cmd-caller

by esphas ST3

A Sublime Text 3 plugin to execute predefined commands conveniently.

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Installs

  • Total 4K
  • Win 3K
  • OS X 117
  • Linux 106
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Cmd Caller

A Sublime Text 3 plugin to execute predefined commands conveniently.

license Package Control

Usage

Cmd Caller can execute a command instantly by pressing a hotkey(Default Action, or open a list of avaliable commands to execute via another hotkey(App List). These commands should be predefined in the settings. Also, there are a few predefined commands in the default settings.

Thus, you are two steps away from the convenience of the plugin * Define commands: consult Settings below * Press hotkey: consult Key Bindings below

Also, Default Action, App List, Settings and Key Bindings are also available via Command Palette.

Key Bindings

By default, Cmd Caller binds Ctrl+Shift+X to Default Action, and Ctrl+Shift+, to App List.

Key Bindings are accessed via the Preferences > Package settings > Cmd Caller menu.

Settings

Settings are accessed via the Preferences > Package settings > Cmd Caller menu.

default

{
  "default": "KEY_TO_APP"
}

"KEY_TO_APP" should be set to the key of app that Default Action will call.

apps

Apps are predefined commands.

{
  "apps": {
    "KEY": {
      "name": "DISPLAY_NAME",
      "cmd": "COMMAND_TO_EXECUTE"
    },
    "KEY2": {
      "name": "DISPLAY_NAME2",
      "cmd": "COMMAND2"
    },
  }
}

Following variables in "cmd" will be expanded.

variable example note
${file} /home/esphas/cmd-caller/src/commands.py current edited file, full path
${file_name} commands.py current file name: basename.extname
${file_base_name} commands current file basename
${file_extension} py current file extension name
${file_path} /home/esphas/cmd-caller/src/ current working directory, full path
${folder} /home/esphas/cmd-caller* current added folder in project, full path
${project_base_name} cc** current project name

* about projects, consult Projects

** granted that the project file is /some/directory/cc.sublime-project

Installation

Package Control

Manual Installation

  • Start Sublime Text
  • Open package folder via the Preferences>Browse Packages... menu
  • Execute git clone: git clone https://github.com/esphas/cmd-caller.git

Compatibility

This plugin is tested campatible with windows(Windows 10 1703 Build 15063) and linux(Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS).

No commands(apps) are predefined for osx, although the plugin should not face compatibility problems with osx.

Issues

If you find errors in the plugin, please run Show Logs command via Command Palette or Preferences > Package settings > Cmd Caller menu, and open a new issue with the log file content.

The Show Last Logs command is for logs in last sublime session.