Sublime Text Multiple Command Shortcut

On my team at work, many of us use the Sublime Text editor. I use two packages to keep my code clean - JsFormat and AmdButler. These are great, but it’s a pain to run them separately. Why not run them both with a single keyboard shortcut?! Here’s how to do that.

After you have both packages installed, go to “Tools > New Plugin”. Use this for your new plugin:

import sublime, sublime_plugin

class SortAndJsFormatCommand(sublime_plugin.TextCommand):
	def run(self, edit):

Sublime Text automatically exposes a “command” by taking the camel-cased name of your python class, replaced with underscores, and removing the word “Command”. So the command name is “sort_and_js_format”. You can now use this if you go to “Preferences > Key Bindings - User” -

{"keys": ["ctrl+alt+s"], "command": "sort_and_js_format"}

(Thanks to this StackExchange answer for help)

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