A Guide to Installing ColorSchemeEditor for Sublime Text 3

Hello and welcome to my ColorSchemeEditor (referred to here as CSE) installation guide. The task of building and installation is rather complex, so I’ll give the details for Windows, OS X, and Linux here. As far as prerequisites are concerned, if you want to build from scratch you’ll need a recent copy of Python 2.7. OS X users, make sure you install Python from python.org, MacPorts, or Homebrew, as the version of Python included with OS X is not complete, and most likely won’t work for this task. Next, Windows and OS X users will need to install wxPython 2.8 or 2.9 (not 3.0) from here (Windows users, pick either the 32– or 64-bit versions for py27, OS X users pick the Cocoa .dmg file). Linux users, you can install the wxpython or wxgtk packages from your package manager. On Ubuntu, for example, the package is called python-wxgtk2.8. Again, make…

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Welcome to MattDMo.com!

Welcome! Somehow, you’ve stumbled across my new(ish) blog at MattDMo.com, and I’m glad you’re here. I wanted to use this first real post to talk a little bit about who I am, what I do, and my plans for this site. This is still very much a work in progress, but unlike some of my earlier attempts I actually have something of a vision of what I’d like this to become, so hopefully it’ll last. I really do appreciate comments and feedback, so if that part of the site is working please leave a little something to let me know you stopped by. About Me My name is Matt Morrison, but you can generally find me online as MattDMo, hence the domain name. I generally hang out on GitHub and the StackOverflow/StackExchange network, and when it’s working at the forum for my favorite piece of software – the text editor/programming…

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