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I would like to plug IntelliSense-like functionality into Sublime Text 2. Is there a package that does this?

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Sublime has autocompletion already and there's no IntelliSense package. What specific functionality do you need? –  slhck Nov 25 '12 at 14:14
    
Well, for starters, I would like to have autocompletion on javascript functions. Once a function has been declared, it should recognize it. –  Kriem Nov 26 '12 at 19:18
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There's no 1:1 clone of IntelliSense. But maybe SublimeCodeIntel suits your needs?

Provides the following features:

  • Jump to Symbol Definition - Jump to the file and line of the definition of a symbol.
  • Imports autocomplete - Shows autocomplete with the available modules/symbols in real time.
  • Function Call tooltips - Displays information in the status bar about the working function.

It can be easily installed via Package Control. Don't forget to restart Sublime after the installation. See the GitHub page for a README.

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I know this is a bit delayed answer, but hopefully someone will find this plugin useful.

JavaScript-API-Completions

https://github.com/Pleasurazy/Sublime-JavaScript-API-Completions

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Yes, there is a package which enables auto-completion, it's called SublimeClang and uses the llvm/clang framework. In addition it supports the static-analysis tools from clang.

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