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Jun
26
accepted Utility to search file contents, open it, and go to relevant line
Jun
26
comment Utility to search file contents, open it, and go to relevant line
That fits the bill very well, yes. Thank you. Would you like to add it as an answer, so I can accept it?
Jun
24
asked Utility to search file contents, open it, and go to relevant line
May
9
revised How to use homebrew to install scripts
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Apr
28
awarded  Caucus
Mar
2
awarded  Critic
Dec
20
accepted How to use homebrew to install scripts
Dec
20
answered How to use homebrew to install scripts
Dec
18
asked How to use homebrew to install scripts
Dec
12
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
16
comment Public domain app to send files to trash in OS X
“It doesn't work with relative paths though”. Then it’s not the same, unfortunately.
Nov
15
comment Public domain app to send files to trash in OS X
No, what I want is for it to work exactly like the Finder integrated version. That app I liked to (and many others) do exactly that, but you can call them from a script or from the shell.
Nov
15
comment Public domain app to send files to trash in OS X
No good. That moves it to the trash, yes, but it doesn’t give me all the goodies (i.e., you can’t use “Put Back” to send it to the original location).
Nov
15
asked Public domain app to send files to trash in OS X
Nov
10
comment Load sublime text packages depending on programming language
I don’t know if it exists — hence the question. I don’t care if it cannot be done via Package Control, I’m asking if anyone knows of a way to accomplish it, using Package Control or not.
Nov
8
comment Load sublime text packages depending on programming language
Perhaps, but either way we’re getting sidetracked since vim is not the issue here, Sublime Text is.
Nov
8
comment vim command palette, similar to sublime text
“Also I said "unnecessary", not "useless"”. You’re correct, and I apologise, my mistake.
Nov
8
accepted vim command palette, similar to sublime text
Nov
8
comment vim command palette, similar to sublime text
“cool but ultimately unnecessary fuzzy search”; that’s where our opinions differ. Many times I only remember part of a command, and not the start, so fuzzy searching is not useless to me. Also, in addition to the fuzzy search, it also gives a short command descriptions, which is very useful to understand new plugin options.
Nov
8
comment Load sublime text packages depending on programming language
CSScomb is used as an example, it’s not the only one I use this on. If I have dozens on plugins and I lazy-load only the ones I need depending on the filetype, performance is noticeably better. Regarding the use of a plugin, I’m not using it for lazy-loading, I’m using it for package management, and lazy-loading is a useful feature it has.