Is there a way to overwrite a gutter symbol set by SublimeLinter?
I have now advanced my plugin to a state where I can simply overwrite the highlights set by SublimeLinter. This works beautifully. No, need to erase SublimeLinter's regions. Yet, the gutter symbol is in some views overwritten in others not. And I do not know why it works so inconsistently.
@FichteFoll Good to know from you as the one who admits new plugins to package control, that just reading is fine!
@deathaxe I read about the
protected_region feature of GitGutter. Here you speak of
overwriting regions of higher priority such as bookmarks
This confuses me as you stated prioritization is not supported by Sublime at the moment.
The question about priority of regions arose several times in the past but was not yet solved.
Could you clarify? Is there a method to indeed set priorities and overwrite gutter symbols? If so how?
Further, regarding the independence of packages. What do you say of packages specifically designed to extend other packages? Every SublimeLinter plugin relies on the core package of SublimeLinter itself. I have written a companion plugin to TerminalView. IMO as long as installation instruction clearly state the dependency it is entirely OK to rely on other packages.