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Here is a little teaser screenshot.

Full update with instructions coming soon.
 

Update

Sorry I took forever and never quite finished this. Fortunately Frédéric Vauchelles finished this work and you can find it on his blog: Sublime Text 2 package for Unity3d builds or on his GitHub.

  • Eli Yukelzon

    March 27, 2012 • Reply

    This looks very tasty for us SublimeText addicts.
    Would be really cool to see how you pulled it off.

  • chchwy

    April 8, 2012 • Reply

    AWESOME!! I can't wait to see that....

  • Robert Stehwien

    May 26, 2012 • Reply

    Exciting. I've been trying to get Sublime doing code completion and compiling for normal and unity monodevelop projects today. Haven't quite figured out the build file_regex yet. So I'm looking forward to yours

    {
    "cmd": ["mdtool", "build", "-f", "$file"],
    "file_regex": "^ *$file",
    "selector": "source.monodevelop"
    }

  • Robert Stehwien

    May 27, 2012 • Reply

    Still looking forward to your sublime package. But I managed to get MonoDevelop packages working... except I really want the working directory to go to the root of my project so I can build from .cs files rather than having to go to the top level .sln.

    {
    "working_dir": "${folders.path}",
    "cmd": ["mdtool", "build", "-t:Build"],
    "file_regex": "^\\s*(.*\\.cs)\\(([0-9]*)\\,([0-9]*)\\)\\:\\s*(.*)$",
    "selector": "source.monodevelop, source.cs"
    }

    Created repo on github https://github.com/rstehwien/Sublime-MonoDevelop

  • Daniele

    May 29, 2012 • Reply

    Magnificent! Please enlighten us about how you did it - and thanks!

  • Shad

    July 13, 2012 • Reply

    I'm so excited about this I could explode!

  • Liszto

    August 13, 2012 • Reply

    Hi,
    this compiler is already available or not ? :D

    Anyway it's very impressive and I'm so excited to test it !

  • Phoenix Perry

    October 16, 2012 • Reply

    Seriously, thanks man - I love coding in sublime. You made life so much easier.
    Now, gimme you tease, it's been months! :)

  • Jeff

    October 27, 2012 • Reply

    I would really like to use this, please update this post!


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