vi style subl +line_number from command line

mrmachine 6 years ago • updated by Sven Axelsson 6 years ago 1

The `nose-progressive` plugin has a great feature that displays your $EDITOR then +line_number then the file that triggered a test failure, so you can just triple click the line then copy and paste to open the file at the correct line number. This +line_number syntax appears to be supported by vi, bbedit and many other editors, but not by the `subl` command. Could you please add this?

Sublime uses the syntax filepath:line:col for this, which is also supported by many editors and utilities. The column part is optional. Your "nose-progressive" plugin can easily be updated to support this syntax too. Maybe submit a change request?