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Sublime text plugins

These plugins are for sublime text 3 only.

Install plugins

To install the sublime text plugins for code completion, syntax highlighting and building:

Using the plugins

A luxe project is usually a folder with a flow file in it. This is by default called project.flow but can be called anything as long as the extension is .flow.

The plugin works by specifying which flow file you want to use as your current active project.

The flow status window has some options:

Code completion

Once you have an active flow file, the code completion should automatically work when using libraries.


To build, press ctrl/cmd + B or select Tools -> Build. This will show the build output, which can be reopened with Tools -> Build Results -> Show Results.

If you have errors, you can double click the error in the console, and it will jump to that line + file in the message. You can press F4 or Shift F4 to cycle errors as well.

Take note that if you have the main, default Haxe plugin installed already, you could potentially have them fighting over things. Package control lets you easily disable a plugin you aren’t using at the moment.