After trying Sublime Text 2 for a day I’ve already fallen in love with its simple but elegant interface. I’m generally a fairly happy user of Komodo IDE but don’t really like is klunky interface and occasional crashes and its often slow response. What I do like about Komodo is its ability to scan through your project and provide autocomplete suggestions, something that Sublime Text 2 doesn’t do.
So I decided to write a script to fill some of this gap in Sublime Text 2. The script simply scans through a specified directory and creates a json formatted sublime-completions file from all the functions it finds.