projects stuff i've coded
Inspired by playing the card game Klabberjass, Scorerrest is an iPhone app that you can use to keep track of score while playing board, card, or dice games.
Sometimes you just need a place to put your views, and you want it to draw them for you, instead of doing it your self. Thanks, Typewriter!
I cannot remember
UIConstantNames, or don’t want to. This keeps ‘em short, sweet, and memorable.
Another static site generator. This one uses a tree representation of your site to keep the implementation simple, while offering a surprising amount of power.
Select text and drag it around, or setup a text “tunnel” to move code from one location to another.
transpose command works on words instead of characters. No bueño! This one brings back plain ol’
ctrl+t transpose character behavior, like your terminal does. But it can do some interesting things, too, if you select some text.
Better bracket control, in my opinion. Inserting brackets, selecting content inside brackets, and indenting (you can configure characters that don’t get indented when they are at the start of the line)
Instead of using
find, this moves your cursor to some text you’re looking for, and thereby preserves your “find” content that way, which can be way useful. Plus, you can quickfind multiple selections, which makes multi-cursor editing THAT much more powerful.
Super useful. Compare the current file or selection with the saved version, the clipboard, another tab, another file, or compare two selections.
Misc stuff. Inserting newlines, go to beginning of line (I don’t like the default), and a very cool
align_cursor command, which align ‘=’s, but only uses cursor positions, and so can be used for much more.
Entitize, deentitize, urlencode, urldecode.
Short description: manage multiple selections or cursor positions using only the keyboard.
ctrl+m will make a mark.
ctrl+m in another position will select the previous and add the new position.
ctrl+shift+m will add without selecting.
alt+m will select / jump to the next mark.
ctrl+alt+m to remove all marks.
Trust me, very useful, especially in conjunction with the
A version of the Sublime Text 2 plugin at http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=2260&start=0 that makes for TextMate-like clipboard history. This adds to the gist that came out of that conversation by displaying the “current” clipboard in the status bar.
Converts single to double or double to single quotes.
Select a formula and evaluate it using python.
In order to make these SublimeText screencasts, I thought it would be neat to build a plugin that helps me demonstrate them.
ScreencastDirector is the result.
Code never looked so good as it does using the zenburn color scheme. You can, and should, use it everywhere! Here are color schemes for TextMate and Sublime Text 2, and a Sass file that compiles into a pygments-friendly CSS file. And it powers this site, so be sure that I’ll be keeping it up-to-date!
Uses regex to find words, and parses that regex to filter out words that you don’t have the letters for
I have a number of open bugs on SublimeText's userecho forum. Most of these are related to using these plugins. If you like my work on ST2, please up-vote these bugs reports if you agree they are bugs. It isn't a popularity contest, I'm just hoping to get them resolved, and it's a voting system, so I need your votes. I hope this is not shameless self-promotion, that is most definitely not my intention.