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Usage

Basic Functionality
Package Control is driven by the Command Palette. To open the palette,
pressctrl+shift+p (Win, Linux) or cmd+shift+p (OS X). All
Package Control commands begin with Package Control:, so start by
typing Package.
The command palette will now show a number of commands. Most
users will be interested in the following:
Install Package
Show a list of all available packages that are available for install.
This will include all of the packages from the default channel, plus
any from repositories you have added.
Add Repository
Add a repository that is not included in the default channel. This
allows users to install and automatically update packages from
GitHub and BitBucket. To add a package hosted on GitHub, enter
the URL in the formhttps://github.com/username/repo.
Dont include .git at the end! BitBucket repositories should use
the formathttps://bitbucket.org/username/repository.
Remove Package
This removes the package folder, and the package name from
theinstalled_packages list in Packages/User/Package
Control.sublime-settings. The installed_packages list
allow Package Control to automatically install packages for you if
you copy your Packages/User/ folder to another machine.
By default Package Control checks for new versions on startup. This
setting, plus the list of channels and repositories are managed through
the Settings.
Other Commands

Add Channel
Adds another channel that lists repositories. This is uncommon, but
allows users to create a custom channel of repositories to share.
Create Package File
For package developers. Takes a package folder and generates
a .sublime-package file that can be uploaded onto the web and
referenced in thepackages.json file for a repository.
Create Binary Package File
For package developers. Creates a .sublime-package file that
does not include the source .py files, but instead
the .pyc bytecode files. This is useful to distribute commercial
packages. Be sure to check the resulting .sublime-package file
to ensure that at least one .py file is included so that Sublime Text
will load the package.
Disable Package
Disables a package, which causes any Python scripts to be
unloaded, and other files such as .sublime-keymap files to be
unloaded also.
Discover Packages
Opens up a web browser to Browse.
Enable Package
Re-enables a package that has been disabled.
Upgrade/Overwrite All Packages
This will upgrade ALL packages, including ones that were not
installed via Package Control. If you are developing a custom copy
of a package, you may not want to use this command.
Upgrade Package
Show a list of packages that are available for upgrade and let the
user pick which they would like to update.

Package Control Settings Default


Open the default settings file, which can be used as a reference for
changing the User settings. Any changes to this file will be lost
whenever Package Control is automatically or manually
upgraded.
Package Control Settings User
Opens the users settings for Package Control. Any settings
changes should be saved here so they are not overwritten when a
new version of Package Control is released.