If you follow my Sublime Text live streams, you already know about this because we’ve been working on it recently in preparation for this very moment; letting people that don’t (yet) follow the stream know about the SnAPI package.
SnAPI allows you to view the Sublime Text official documentation directly within Sublime, in a context sensitive, hyperlinked manner. Currently it supports the Sublime API, Color Schemes and Build Systems, with the remainder of the documentation on the road map. All of the documentation in SnAPI is Copyright © Sublime HQ Pty Ltd; I just reformatted it from it’s official HTML form.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words and we all know that I’m a man of a thousand words, so just imagine all of the words that this demonstration video is going to convey!
[EDIT] A video covering how the help system works in more detail [/EDIT]
SnAPI (and the dependency package that powers it, HyperHelp) are still under active development, so some things may be subject to change but it’s been stable for a long while (I’ve been using it for the better part of a year and a half). This has been a very long-term side project which started initially as a way to provide context sensitive help for OverrideAudit before I decided it could be made into something more.
Since it’s not officially released, in order to install via Package Control you need to tell PC about this custom package repository by using the
Package Control: Add Repository command from the command palette. The above video demonstrates how to do this if you’re unsure.
As per usual, mega props to @kingkeith for being my sounding board and providing inspiration, support, design help and the impetus to turn this into something that other people may find as useful as I do.