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Sublime Text Setup

Instructions for setting up Sublime Text to meet Scribe requirements.

Package Control

Before installing any Scribe packages, the open source Package Control software must be enabled within Sublime. To begin, open the console using the Ctrl+~ keyboard shortcut or by going to View > Show Console.

Note: Scribe only supports Sublime Text 2.

Instructions for Sublime Text 2

For use with Sublime Text 2 only, this will require you to restart Sublime Text.

Package Control for Sublime Text 2

Scribe Repository

With Package Control installed, configure it to recognize Scribe’s package repository.

Open the Command Pallet using the Ctrl+Shift+P/Command+Shift+P (for Windows/Linux and Mac, respectively) keyboard shortcut or by going to the Tools > Command Pallet menu item.

With this menu open, type Add Repository and click the item named Package Control: Add Repository.

A text-entry box will appear at the bottom of your Sublime Text window. Enter the following URL and hit [ENTER]:

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/scribenet/sublime-repository/master/repositories.json

Scribe Packages

Open the Command Pallet using the Ctrl+Shift+P/Command+Shift+P (for Windows/Linux and Mac, respectively) keyboard shortcut or by going to the Tools > Command Pallet menu item.

With this menu open, type Install Package and select the item named Package Control: Install Package.

The list of installable packages is then generated. This can take a few seconds.

Once a new listing has popped up in the Command Pallet, search for Scribe’s packages by typing scribenet. A list of the following packages will appear:

  • scribenet-sublime-invisibles
  • scribenet-sublime-validation
  • scribenet-sublime-iterator
  • scribenet-sublime-keybindings
  • scribenet-sublime-encoding
  • scribenet-sublime-settings

Install a package by selecting it with your mouse or navigating to one with your keyboard’s arrow keys, using the [ENTER] key to select it with your keyboard. Repeat this process for each Scribe package.