I do like a good Sublime Text 3 plugin, and this is one that offers functionality that I was missing since upgrading from ST2 a while back.
TodoReview scans the comments within your code (either open files, project files, or both) and builds a results page that allows you to easily open and jump to the appropriate lines in these files. It’s as simple as navigating to the appropriate line and pressing Enter.
The plugin has four common comment keywords built in, but using regular expressions these can be extended beyond:
Not only is this plugin useful for your own code projects, you can also use it to scan through third party open source projects to get an insight into their code. For example, WordPress 4.1.1 has 196 TODO: comments. My favourite is this:
Man o man is this ugly. WebKit is the new IE! Remove this if they ever fix it!
But as you can see from the screenshot above, the default view is rather dull: white background, uninspiring syntax highlighting. It’s a shame that you can’t match the Chrome developer tools code panel with my text editor of choice.
Well, it turns out you can! Chrome provides a “User StyleSheets” directory into what you can drop a Custom.css file.