You have to manually install/port modules to
Python 3.3. If you are beginning to Sublime Text, I would suggest you to read this first:
I am replying
@cruzd in a new topic because things got messy and I may be wrote a little too much. So far, after a few years using several tools, I just never had found any tool which could adequate better for my customizations/improvements other than Sublime Text. But nowadays, I think Sublime Text reign/empire may be threatened by Visual Studio Code.
For starting, use https://github.com/SublimeText/sublime_lib to interact with Sublime Text API, because it should improve accessing the Subli…
Other than that, read:
can someone explain dependencies in Package Control 3? I know about this page
packagecontrol.io/docs/dependencies but I still don't really get it.
One of the main hurdles when I work on a package is to import third party python libraries or libraries that are not bundled with ST3. Some just work but it's a mess in other cases because I have to change a lot of the import commands to something like 'import mypackage.crypto'. Can dependencies be used to make third party python libraries ava…
I have a plugin framework that I've been developing to speed up development.
For example, there's an Input module with a QuickPanel class that easily implements things like nested hierarchy, groups of commands, multiple selections, etc.
I'm trying to figure out the best way to implement the framework with my plugins.
The way I see it; one option would be to include a full set of the modules with each plugin ( currently around 700kb ) so that each plugin is al…
You can find a list of available dependencies here:
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