C0D312 wrote:Just put it all in a folder in the Packages directory.
agibsonsw wrote:Hi. Thank you. I managed to install it . I placed the settings and 'Default.sublime-commands' in my existing files, as i wasn't keen to have two files with the same name.
agibsonsw wrote:I would prefer that it create a new tab though
quodlibet wrote:I too was unsatisfied with AAAPackageDev and, following your ScopeHunter, this plugin couldn't have come at a better time. Thanks for putting together such wonderful tools.
That said, the workflow is not ideal, although it may simpler for folks who aren't (as I am) learning regular expressions at the same time.
(The fastest process I found for what I was doing earlier was editing the JSON file, copying & pasting the contents into the .tmLanguage file, converting via the palette, saving, and then flipping back to my test document to see the horrors I had wrought.)
Would it be possible to use sublime's build system with this plugin?
facelessuser wrote:Is it that you just want it to convert, create, and save the plist or json file, opposed to just converting? I just need to understand the specifics before I can do any implementation.
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