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Top 23 Python Sublime Text Projects

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  • dev-setup

    macOS development environment setup: Easy-to-understand instructions with automated setup scripts for developer tools like Vim, Sublime Text, Bash, iTerm, Python data analysis, Spark, Hadoop MapReduce, AWS, Heroku, JavaScript web development, Android development, common data stores, and dev-based OS X defaults.

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  • PlainTasks

    An opinionated todo-list plugin for Sublime Text editor (version 2 and 3)

    Project mention: Use a Work Journal to Recover Focus Faster and Clarify Your Thoughts | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-07-12

    I have been using PlainTasks [0] plugin with Sublime Text for many years now at work to do something similar. It is sort of a mix between GTD [1] and journalling.

    I create a new file monthly (since that is the "sprint" duration at work) and for each project I am working on, I create a project heading and a list of tasks below each. The plugin doesn't enforce any schema and is just a plain text file so I can iterate on the task list, record thoughts as free form notes anywhere (just below the project heading or below a particular task or just in the file anywhere.

    If the notes grow too large for a particular project (they don't usually for me), I pull them in a separate file dedicated to that project.

    I iterate on the task list as things become more clear. For eg. I might start as "Find out how to deploy new certificates on our cluster nodes". Once I have done some research or talked to my colleagues, I might mark this a done or delete it and replace it with a list of steps required to deploy the certificates.

    I also mark things I am going to do today with "@today" every day in the morning. If something planned comes up urgently, it gets it own task with "@critical" tag. The plugin highlights these tags for me.

    There are some more features but I only use creating and marking tasks as done with the 2 tags. The plugin is also semi-abandoned which is a big +1 for me as I don't have to worry about flow breaking changes or sudden sponsorship messages or constant updates.

    I don't use sublime for anything else but tracking tasks and notes so it gives me a sort of dedicated workspace for collecting my tasks. Recall is just a plain text search away. I have been using this for many years and has been extremely effective for me. Whenever I feel lost of overwhelmed, I just look this file, find the @today tags and suddenly I am back in my flow.

    Most of the other tools I have tried (Jira, Asana, Trello, Github/Gitlab issues, Azure DevOps, company internal project management tooling etc.) are too opinionated, not flexible enough, sends unnecessary notifications to me or everyone on the team and are a chore to maintain (busywork).

    [0] https://github.com/aziz/PlainTasks

  • MarkdownEditing

    Powerful Markdown package for Sublime Text with better syntax understanding and good color schemes.

    Project mention: Why I Like Obsidian | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-01-17

    https://github.com/SublimeText-Markdown/MarkdownEditing is still a way to go for me.

  • Anaconda

    Anaconda turns your Sublime Text 3 in a full featured Python development IDE including autocompletion, code linting, IDE features, autopep8 formating, McCabe complexity checker Vagrant and Docker support for Sublime Text 3 using Jedi, PyFlakes, pep8, MyPy, PyLint, pep257 and McCabe that will never freeze your Sublime Text 3

  • GitSavvy

    Full git and GitHub integration with Sublime Text

  • LSP

    Client implementation of the Language Server Protocol for Sublime Text

    Project mention: A decent VS Code and Ruby on Rails setup | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-02-21

    I saw no mention of RBS+Steep, the latter providing a LSP. I use it a lot and very much like it, although it's still young and needs love, but it's making good, steady progress! I've been very pleasantly surprised by some of the crazy things Steep can catch, completely statically!

    You appear to be working on projects with Sorbet (which I tried to like but found it fell short in practice, notably outside of the app use case i.e it's mostly useless for gems) so it may be a tall order to try on those. Maybe you can give RBS+Steep a shot on some small project?

    RBS: https://github.com/ruby/rbs

    RBS collection (for those gems that don't ship RBS signatures in `sig`, integrates with bundler): https://github.com/ruby/gem_rbs_collection

    Steep: https://github.com/soutaro/steep

    VS Code: https://github.com/soutaro/steep-vscode

    Sublime Text: https://github.com/sublimelsp/LSP

    Vim (I'm working on it): https://github.com/dense-analysis/ale/pull/4671

  • Terminus

    Bring a real terminal to Sublime Text (by randy3k)

  • InfluxDB

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  • SublimeJEDI

    awesome Python autocompletion with SublimeText

  • Text-Pastry

    Extend the power of multiple selections in Sublime Text. Modify selections, insert numeric sequences, incremental numbers, generate uuids, date ranges, insert continuously from a word list and more.

  • sublime-phpcs

    🔍 PHP CodeSniffer, PHP Coding Standard Fixer, Linter, and Mess Detector Support for Sublime Text

    Project mention: Laravel code-quality tools | dev.to | 2024-02-08

    Sublime-phpcs - adds support for PHP_CodeSniffer, PHP Code Beautifier, PHP CS Fixer, PHP Linter, and PHP Mess Detector.

  • Suplemon

    :lemon: Console (CLI) text editor with multi cursor support. Suplemon replicates Sublime Text like functionality in the terminal. Try it out, give feedback, fork it!

  • sublime-rust

    The official Sublime Text 4 package for the Rust Programming Language

  • NeoVintageous

    Vim for Sublime Text.

  • mypy_boto3_builder

    Type annotations builder for boto3 compatible with VSCode, PyCharm, Emacs, Sublime Text, pyright and mypy.

  • sublime_zk

    A SublimeText3 package featuring ID based wiki style links, and #tags, intended for zettelkasten method users. Loaded with tons of features like inline image display, sophisticated tag search, note transclusion features, support for note templates, bibliography support, support for multiple panes, etc. to make working in your Zettelkasten a joy :smile:.

  • SublimeDebugger

    Graphical Debugger for Sublime Text for debuggers that support the debug adapter protocol

  • ProjectManager

    Project Manager for Sublime Text

  • OpenAI-sublime-text

    First class Sublime Text AI assistant with GPT-4o and llama.cpp support!

    Project mention: LocalPilot: Open-source GitHub Copilot on your MacBook | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-10-19

    Hey, check the one that I made[1].

    It isn’t the cone completion assistant like the one you mentioned above, and it probably never will be. I see it more as a perfect coding companion, that is always under your fingertips and relieves you of googling most of the times.

    Yet it’s tied with OpenAI, and you have to pay it by yourself, but the former should be changed rather sooner than later.

    Bonus: in develop branch there is some-kind-of release candidate that a way more robust that the current release is.

    [1]: https://github.com/yaroslavyaroslav/OpenAI-sublime-text

  • sublime-crystal

    Crystal syntax highlighting for Sublime Text

  • sublime-profiles

    Profile Switcher for Sublime Text

  • Sublime-CMakeLists

    Sublime Text 2/3 - CMake Package

  • Tutkain

    A Sublime Text package for interactive Clojure development

  • material-theme

    Material Theme, a theme for Sublime Text 3, made by Mattia Astorino (by SublimeText)

  • SaaSHub

    SaaSHub - Software Alternatives and Reviews. SaaSHub helps you find the best software and product alternatives

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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Index

What are some of the best open-source Sublime Text projects in Python? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 dev-setup 6,069
2 PlainTasks 3,287
3 MarkdownEditing 3,164
4 Anaconda 2,210
5 GitSavvy 1,897
6 LSP 1,627
7 Terminus 1,377
8 SublimeJEDI 938
9 Text-Pastry 827
10 sublime-phpcs 810
11 Suplemon 785
12 sublime-rust 774
13 NeoVintageous 673
14 mypy_boto3_builder 519
15 sublime_zk 502
16 SublimeDebugger 366
17 ProjectManager 327
18 OpenAI-sublime-text 130
19 sublime-crystal 83
20 sublime-profiles 82
21 Sublime-CMakeLists 73
22 Tutkain 68
23 material-theme 42

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