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yUML (yuml.me) support for Sublime Text.

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yUML for Sublime Text

Makes using yUML from Sublime Text easier. Making two great tools better by making them work together.

Sublime Text 2 and 3 on all platforms should be supported.

Features

There are currently only two features, but they're the features you want.

  1. Syntax highlighting for *.yuml files.

  2. Opening Diagrams in Browser

Install

Please use Package Control. You'll be happier that way unless you plan on hacking on the code.

  1. Package Control: Install Package
  2. Install “yUML”

Usage

Syntax highlighting will automatically be done for files with a .yuml extension. For files with different extensions, you will have to set the syntax yourself.

To open your diagram in your default browser, open the command palette with super-shift-p then search for yuml diagram and select yUML: Open Diagram in Browser.

Alternatively, you may use the keybinding super-b.

To change the diagram settings, open the command palette with super-shift-p then search for yuml user and select Preferences: yUML Settings - User. This will open your user settings for yUML. This is a JSON file which can contain overrides of the following default settings.

{
    /*
     * Default diagram type.
     *
     * Valid options: activity, class, usecase
     */
    "default_type": "class",

    /*
     * Default output file type.
     *
     * Valid options: jpg, json, pdf, png, svg
     */
    "default_extension": "png",

    /*
     * Default diagram style.
     *
     * Valid optins: nofunky, plain, scruffy
     */
    "default_style": "scruffy",

    /*
     * Default diagram orientation.
     *
     * Valid options:
     *   LR = Left-to-right
     *   RL = Right-to-left
     *   TB = Top-to-bottom
     *   BT = Bottom-to-top
     */
    "default_dir": "LR",

    /*
     * Default output scale where applicable.
     *
     * Valid options:
     *    60 = Tiny
     *    80 = Small
     *   100 = Normal
     *   120 = Big
     *   180 = Huge
     */
    "default_scale": "100",
}

Additional Commands

If you would prefer not to set a default setting each time you create a diagram, you may simply use one of the following three commands.

  • Open Class Diagram in Browser
  • Open Activity Diagram in Browser
  • Open Use Case Diagram in Browser

Caveats

It has come to my attention that diagrams that encode to URIs longer than 4096 characters will not work. I've made a clear error message to indicate this is a problem in version 1.0.1, but am looking to switch to POST request instead of GET requests in a future version to supporter larger diagrams.