I remember I can edit this file in sublime text3, but I can’t edit it in sublime text4 now.how to solve that.
If you have used
View Package File to open
Python/Python.sublime-build, then of course you can’t edit it (unless it’s an override). It’s a default package resource. You can create an override though i.e. a folder
Packages/ and a file in there called
Python.sublime-build. There are packages like
OverrrideAudit that help you to create, track, revert & even delete such overrides.
I am guessing you had an override in ST3 (which you can edit of course.
View Package File will open an override if present)
You are right, I open this file by View Pack File because I can’t find folder named Python in package file.
You means I can edit file that path User/Python.sublime-build, but I can’t edit file that path Python/Python.sublime-build. Am I getting that right？
You can edit anything placed in
User because that is like a personal package.
- If you have a
Packages/(to get to
Packages/, go to
Preferences -> Browse Pckages ...from main menu), then that means you have an override and
View Package Fileis opening that override instead (overrides are editable).
- If you don’t have a
Packages/, then it means, it’s opening the default python build system shipped with ST, which is not editable by default.
I get that, thank you very much!