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stposh

by gravejester ST2/ST3

Add PowerShell support to Sublime Text

Details

  • 2014.03.04.18.20.25
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 5 years ago
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  • Total 776
  • Win 629
  • OS X 80
  • Linux 67
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stposh

Add PowerShell support to Sublime Text

Features
  • Syntax highlighting of PowerShell code with smart matching of commands based on the approved verb list by Microsoft
  • Recognizes function declarations and adds them to the symbols list, so they can be quickly navigated to by using Goto > Symbol Ctrl + R
  • Easy toggle line comments and block comments with preservation of indentations. Thanks to Nathan M!
  • Quickly mark section of code as debug or test, by using the keyword DEBUG! in a comment
  • Includes a custom version of the Monokai color scheme. The only change is a slightly darker default color and setting color to the variable scope (white)
  • Full command completion of native PowerShell commands
  • Includes a library of 22 snippets
Installation

If you use Package Control, just search for stposh. If you'd rather install manually, download the files and unpack them in a suitable location under the Sublime Text packages folder.