While "Find in Files" does allow me to find all the references to a symbol by direct search, it would be nice to have a "Goto References" or "List References" option to quickly list all references to the symbol in the project as a faster method vs direct search. I'm not sure if the project index is structured in such a way to make that easy.
I cannot praise Sublime Text 3 enough. What an amazing piece of software.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding or missing a setting, but it appears things have have key bindings (Open File, Close File, etc.. don't appear) in the command palette. This is frustrating as a new user, since I don't know all the shortcuts and why exclude these from the list?
The option to switch to relative line numbers (http://dlo.me/vim-with-relative-line-numbers/) would be great, especially with the new Vintage mode.
I wouldn't even mind a plugin to do this, but I'm not sure how to go about implementing it. Any hints?
Is it possible to extend plugin API for supporting syntax highlighting in plugins ? The main idea is to use SublimeClang plugin to make C++/C syntax highlighting more predictable and precise. it's really hard to achieve such a precise results as, for example, in Source Insight 3 using only regex and without having powerful parser.
As I see SublimeClang developers don't mind to make that functionality (https://github.com/quarnster/SublimeClang/issues/47) The only obstacle is absence of required API
- Go to next/previous search. (A search begins with a line "Searching 999 files or foo" and ends with a line "42 matches across 21 files.")
- Go to next/previous file. (To the next line that contains a file name followed by a colon.)
- Go to the next/previous search result. (A line that contains the line number followed by a colon.) Note that this is different from F4 -- I want the cursor to move in the Find Results buffer but not the corresponding find result to be opened.
- Delete current file from Find Results (= the file name heading plus all matches from that file). Delete current search from Find Results (= the whole section from "Searching 99 files for" to "9 matches across 9 files").
- Delete all but the current search (= the search I'm looking at) from Find Results.
- Delete all but the most recent N searches from Find Results.
- Fold all searches.
- Fold all files based on matching file name criteria. E.g. when searching in my Packages folder, I often get lots of matches in the SublimeCodeIntel package, and it would be cool if I could hide those all in one go.
Customer support service by UserEcho