ST3 plugin for exercism.io
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This is a Sublime Text 3 package that allows access to some of the
exercism.io CLI commands (and so it requires that you already have the
exercism.io CLI installed).
Currently supported (accessed through the command palette):
STexercism: Submit current exercise file. Must be run when focused on the file to be submitted.
STexercism: Open current exercise on the website. Should work on any file in the exercism directory.
STexercism: Test current Python exercise file. Only works with the Python track currently. (requires Pytest). Can be edited in sublime-settings to include extra flags.
STexercism: Download an exercise file. Copy and paste the title from the exercism website for exercise name. (If python, can be toggled to autocreate pytest.ini.)
STexercism: List of toggles. Includes toggles that are binary. (i.e. turn on or off setting)
STexercism: List of maintenance commands. Lists the commands below:
STexercism: Check current version.
STexercism: Update CLI.
STexercism: Check workspace. Can be toggled to open the directory.
This installation includes different toggles that you can customize to fit your preferences.
STexercism: Toggle auto-create for pytest.ini (Python).
STexercism: Toggle opening directory on workspace command.
STexercism: Toggle opening directory on download command.
Please note that changing flags for the pytest command does not have a native command.
If you wish to change it, change it in the
User/STexercism.sublime-settings file directly.
If any of the flags are invalid, then it'll automatically run the test with no flags and give a warning.
Changing any of the other toggles through STexercism.sublime-settings also works. The commands are there just for convenience.
Via package control.