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SendCode from Editor to Terminal. Shortcut for this?

rmbowers 3 months ago in iPad updated 3 months ago 2

Wonderful software! I am having fun leaning to use my ipad as an alternative to my macpro for some computing.

Question: How to implement two Sublime Text 3 packages, "SendCode" and "SublimeREPL"

Purpose: (of which there may already be a shortcut for) would be to highlight a block of text in an editor (usually R or Python), then use some shortcut (Cmd + E) to send code to the currently open terminal. Is this already possible? If not, would there be a way to use specifically the SendCode package for Sublime Text 3 in Textastic? I have already copied the two SendCode and SublimeREPL directories to my #Textastic directory, but have run Reload Customizations, but to no avail. I can get theme files to work properly, but am not able to correctly implement Sublime packages. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

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Currently, you can only use copy/paste to copy text from a code editor tab and paste it into to a terminal tab.

Textastic only supports syntax definitions and some preferences found in Sublime Packages. It does not run Python code from Sublime Packages.

Thanks for the reply on this and the explanation. No worries at all. Thanks for putting together a such a nice app.