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by jgirardet ST3

Sublime Text integration for Poetry

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sublime-poetry

Poetry integration for SublimeText

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WARNING : THIS IS STILL AN ALPHA RELEASE

Installation

  1. Install Poetry (if you haven't already):

  2. In PackageControl just find poetry, and that's it !

  3. or install manually by navigating to Sublime's Packages folder and cloning this repository under the name poetry:

    git clone https://github.com/jgirardet/sublack.git poetry
    

Usage

Use Ctrl-Shift-P (Mac: Cmd-Shift-P). A pyproject.toml file with a poetry section should exists at root folder to make the commands enabled.

  • Poetry: Set python interpreter:

    Change python_interpreter in your project_settings to make your project match your virtualenv.

  • Poetry: Install:

    Run poetry install on current project.

  • Poetry: Install --no-dev:

    Run poetry install --no-dev on current project.

  • Poetry: Install in Selected Venv:

    Find Available python interpreters on system and create .venv with selected python version then Run poetry install on current project.

  • Poetry: Update:

    Run poetry update on current project.

  • Poetry: Add a package:

    Run poetry add {package_name} on current project.

  • Poetry: Add dev package:

    Run poetry add -D {package_name} on current project.

  • Poetry: Remove package:

    Run poetry remove {package_name} on current project. If it's a dev-dependencie -D is added to the command line.

  • Poetry: Build:

    Run poetry build on current project.

  • Poetry: Publish:

    Run poetry build on current project.

  • Poetry: Bump Version:

    Show current version and run poetry version on current project and let you choose between : patch minor major prepatch preminor premajor prerelease.

  • Poetry: Init:

    run poetry init -n, to create new pyproject.toml file.

*Poetry: Config:
Manage poetry configuration and repositories

Settings

Poetry will always look for settings in the following order:
  • First in project file : first with poetry prefix then in a subsetting (see Project settings).
  • Then in Users global settings
  • finally in poetry's default settings

Global settings

Preferences -> Package Settings -> poetry -> settings :

  • poetry_log:

    Show non error messages in console. Default = info.

Project settings

Just add poetry as prefix (recommended):

{
"settings":{
    "poetry.poetry_log": "debug"
    }
}

A poetry subsettings is still possible:

{
"settings":{
    "poetry":{
        "poetry_log": "debug"
        }
    }
}

Issues

If there is something wrong with this plugin, add an issue on GitHub and I'll try to address it.

Changelog

see install.txt

Contributing

  • remove poetry via Package Control.

  • fork sublime-poetry

  • clone your poetry fork to your Packages folder (Preferences --> Browse Packages...). folder has to be named poetry and not sublime-poetry:

    git clone https://github.com/you/sublime-poetry.git poetry
    
  • Package Control: Satisfy Dependencies.

  • install UnitTesting in Package Control

  • adding a test for new features or bugfix is really nice if you can.

  • add your name to Authors in readme.

Authors

Laboriously coded by Jimmy Girardet

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