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I tried to save the snippet files in the project folder but it is doesn't work. Do you have any other idea?

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With a custom plugin

EDIT: a generalisation of the following plugin has been published at https://packagecontrol.io/packages/ProjectCompletions

If you put this plugin in your User folder under the name ProjectCompletions.py

import sublime_plugin

class ProjectCompletions(sublime_plugin.EventListener):

    def on_query_completions(self, view, prefix, locations):
        return view.window().project_data().get("completions")

You can inject completions using a "completions" entry in your project file:

{
  "folders": ...
  "completions":[
      ["I", "I am a ${1:snippet} baby!"]
  ]
}

The format for completions is [trigger, snippet]. More elaborate approaches are possible so that the scope is also taken in account.

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In an indirect way using the ProjectSpecific plugin

With that installed, you can use the settings key of your project file to install additional commands. Then to enable a snippet you can add this to your project:

{
    "folders": ...
    "settings": {
        "project-specific": {
            "sublime-commands": [
                {"caption": "My Snippet",
                 "command": "insert_snippet",
                 "args": {"contents": "I am a ${1:snippet} baby!"} }
            ]
        }
    ...
    }

}

and you'll find the "My Snippet" command in the command palette only in the current project.

You can also bind keys in a project specific way. By binding them to the insert_snippet command you can achieve a similar effect without having to go through the palette.

  • Thank you, but it is not a snippet, (snippet are autocompleted...) – Aminadav Glickshtein Sep 16 '15 at 20:26
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    @Amina with a custom plugin it is easy to get autocompletion (see edit) – Bordaigorl Sep 17 '15 at 8:23
  • WOW!!! Thank you very much, tested and working great. I want to give you half of my reputation score :) – Aminadav Glickshtein Sep 17 '15 at 8:47
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    If I find the time I will package it for Package Control, it may be useful for others too (me included!) – Bordaigorl Sep 17 '15 at 12:02
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    @Amina just published! packagecontrol.io/packages/ProjectCompletions (it supports scope-specific completions as well, see readme) – Bordaigorl Sep 17 '15 at 14:46

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