+++ title = “Sublime Package Confusion” categories = [ “Coder”] date = “2016–01–14T21:58:03Z” aliases = [“/blog/sublime-package-confusion/”] +++
After switching to a new Mac recently I installed my favorite text editor Sublime Text 3. While most things picked right up because I sync my preferences through my private cloud, the Django template language snippets and highlighting provided by Djaniero were not working. I couldn’t install it again either.
If you’re package for Sublime that you are trying to install is not available it’s most likely because it’s already installed (but not working). You can check by going to Preferences > Package Settings and see if there is a sub-menu their for it. There is also a list of installed packages at Preferences > Package Settings > Package Control > Settings-User. If it’s their just bring up the command pallet (Preferences -> Package Control) and select “Remove package”. Then remove the package and then bring back up Package Control > Install package and reinstall it. That brought back Djaniero functionality for me.