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Sublime package control sublime-settings
{
// A list of URLs that each contain a JSON file with a list of repositories.
// The repositories from these channels are placed in order after the
// repositories from the "repositories" setting
"channels": [
"https://packagecontrol.io/channel_v3.json"
],
// A list of URLs that contain a packages JSON file. These repositories
// are placed in order before repositories from the "channels"
// setting
"repositories": [],
// A list of packages to install pre-release versions for. Versions
// under 1.0.0 are not considered pre-release, only those using the SemVer
// -prerelease suffixes will be ignored if the package is not in this
// list.
"install_prereleases": [],
// If debugging information for HTTP/HTTPS connections should be printed
// to the Sublime Text console
"debug": false,
// This helps solve naming issues where a repository it not named the
// same as the package should be. This is primarily only useful for
// GitHub and BitBucket repositories. This mapping will override the
// mapping that is retrieved from the repository channels.
"package_name_map": {},
// If package install, upgrade and removal info should be submitted to
// the channel for aggregated statistics
"submit_usage": true,
// The URL to post install, upgrade and removal notices to
"submit_url": "https://packagecontrol.io/submit",
// If packages should be automatically upgraded when ST starts
"auto_upgrade": true,
// If missing packages should be automatically installed when ST starts
"install_missing": true,
// If a package was installed by Package Control (has a
// package-metadata.json file) but is not in installed_packages, remove it
// based upon the assumption that it was removed on another machine and
// the Package Control.sublime-settings file was synced to this machine.
"remove_orphaned": true,
// The minimum frequency in hours in which to check for automatic upgrades,
// setting this to 0 will always check for automatic upgrades
"auto_upgrade_frequency": 1,
// Packages to not auto upgrade
"auto_upgrade_ignore": [],
// Timeout for downloading channels, repositories and packages. Doesn't
// have an effect on Windows due to a bug in WinINet.
"timeout": 30,
// The number of seconds to cache repository and package info for
"cache_length": 300,
// An HTTP proxy server to use for requests. Not used on Windows since the
// system proxy configuration is utilized via WinINet.
"http_proxy": "",
// An HTTPS proxy server to use for requests - this will inherit from
// http_proxy if it is set to "" or null and http_proxy has a value. You
// can set this to false to prevent inheriting from http_proxy. Not used on
// Windows since the system proxy configuration is utilized via WinINet.
"https_proxy": "",
// Username and password for both http_proxy and https_proxy. May be used
// with WinINet to set credentials for system-level proxy config.
"proxy_username": "",
"proxy_password": "",
// If HTTP responses should be cached to disk
"http_cache": true,
// Number of seconds to cache HTTP responses for, defaults to one week
"http_cache_length": 604800,
// User agent for HTTP requests. If "%s" is present, will be replaced
// with the current version.
"user_agent": "Package Control v%s",
// Setting this to true will cause Package Control to ignore all git
// and hg repositories - this may help if trying to list packages to install
// hangs
"ignore_vcs_packages": false,
// Custom path(s) to "git" binary for when it can't be automatically
// found on the system and a package includes a .git metadata directory.
// Supports more than one path to allow users to sync settings across
// operating systems.
"git_binary": [],
// This should NOT contain the name of the remote or branch - that will
// be automatically determined.
"git_update_command": ["pull", "--ff", "--commit"],
// Custom path(s) to "hg" binary for when it can't be automatically
// found on the system and a package includes a .hg metadata directory.
// Supports more than one path to allow users to sync settings across
// operating systems.
"hg_binary": [],
// For HG repositories, be sure to use "default" as the remote URL.
// This is the default behavior when cloning an HG repo.
"hg_update_command": ["pull", "--update"],
// Additional packages to ignore when listing unmanaged packages.
"unmanaged_packages_ignore": [],
// Directories to ignore when creating a package
"dirs_to_ignore": [
".hg", ".git", ".svn", "_darcs", "CVS"
],
// Files to ignore when creating a package
"files_to_ignore": [
"*.pyc", ".hgignore", ".gitignore", ".bzrignore",
"*.sublime-project", "*.sublime-workspace", "*.tmTheme.cache"
],
// Files to include, even if they match a pattern in files_to_ignore
"files_to_include": [],
// When a package is created, copy it to this folder - defaults to Desktop
"package_destination": "",
// A way to create different packaging profiles for different types of
// package releases, such as for different platforms or binary-only
// releases.
//
// The key of the object will be the profile name and a list of them will
// be presenting when running the "Create Package File" command. The
// profile "Default" will use the top-level version on the following
// settings:
//
// - "dirs_to_ignore"
// - "files_to_ignore"
// - "files_to_include"
// - "package_destination"
//
// If a profile does not include one of those three setting, it will fall
// back to the top-level settings.
"package_profiles": {
"Binaries Only": {
// Exclude all .py files, but consequently include all .pyc files
"files_to_ignore": [
"*.py", ".hgignore", ".gitignore", ".bzrignore",
"*.sublime-project", "*.sublime-workspace", "*.tmTheme.cache"
],
// Include __init__.py so Sublime Text will load the package
"files_to_include": [
"__init__.py"
]
}
},
// Enable the ability to run the tests - this is only for development
"enable_tests": false
}
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