Kensai wrote:I understand, Will, and I'm not trying to step on any toes. Sure, I'm not any sort of coder, but I need the tools I need, and I am quite dogged in hunting them down so I can drag them home and cook them properly. Heck, I killed and dragged home the ST3 version of BufferScroll, all on my own Actually, it wasn't that I couldn't figure this out, its just that I came to the forum first for quick help and got it. The thing that apparently a non-coder didn't know, the secret handshake, as it were was that I needed another piece of software to talk to github, when I had just been assuming I could use ST3 to carry out whatever operations were needed.
svenax wrote:On OS X:
- Start the program Applications > Utilities > Terminal
- Type cd and a space in the Terminal window
- Switch to Sublime Text and select Preferences > Browse Packages...
- Drag the Packages folder from the Finder window to the Terminal window
- Press return
- Follow the last three steps given on the installation page linked above.
Git is not installed by default on Windows, so if you don't have it you either need to install yourself from here: http://msysgit.github.io
Or you can download the ST3 branch separately from here: https://github.com/wbond/sublime_packag ... ython3.zip
If you download a zip archive, you need to repeat that every time there has been changes. Then:
- Select Run... from the Start menu and type cmd in the text field
- The other steps are the same as above
Hope that helps
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