:link: A Sublime Text 3 plugin to check for CDN updates in your Web sources https://git.io/CDNUpdates
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Samuel FORESTIER 04627161fd Updates some resources in test cases 3 months ago
Icons Reworks gutter icons (now compatible for Retina) [thanks to @naernon] 1 year ago
Keymaps Cleans up the key-binding stuff and the Settings edition :ok_hand: 1 year ago
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.gitignore Initial commit 1 year ago
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CDNCheckForUpdates.py Should fix gutter icons issue on Windows 1 year ago
CDNContent.py Fixes wrong exploitation of CDNJS search API results 9 months ago
CDNUpdates.py Replaces absolute imports by relative ones 1 year ago
CDNUpdates.sublime-settings Reworks the logging system and preferences (adds a `debug` option) 1 year ago
CDNUtils.py Improves software architecture 1 year ago
Context.sublime-menu Adds a menu entry for this plugin and fixes code style 1 year ago
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A Sublime Text 3 plugin to check for CDN updates in your Web sources



Tired of manually checking if your CDN (Content Delivery Network) are up to date in your web pages ? Yeah, so was I… :confused:

Below is a sum-up of what this Sublime Text 3 plugin does (well) to help you dealing about that :

  1. Gathers links present in your current sheet
  2. Compares them to a list containing known public CDN providers
  3. Figures out a way (with providers’ API or with GitHub one) to retrieve the latest “version” of each resource, and compares it with the one you are currently using
  4. Displays some icons in the gutter, to inform you of the results
  5. Displays a Phantom object with the latest version available you should be using
  6. Bonus : Shows up a warning for resources not loaded over HTTPS :+1:

Of course, when this plugin does not use the API of the CDN provider, it may inform you of a newer published version, possibly not available from your provider (maybe it’s time to opt out from this privacy mess ? :wink:).


With Package Control

  1. Open your command palette and type in : Package Control: Install Package
  2. Browse the list or search for CDNUpdates
  3. Press Enter and you’re done !

Package Control dedicated page here.


  1. Move into Sublime Text packages folder (usually $HOME/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/ or %AppData%\Sublime Text 3\Packages\)
  2. Clone this repository there : $ git clone https://github.com/HorlogeSkynet/CDNUpdates.git
  3. Restart Sublime Text and… :tada:


  • Open your command palette and type in : CDNUpdates

  • Right click on your file : CDNUpdates > ...

  • Tools > Packages > CDNUpdates > ...


Most of the CDN providers don’t provide any API for their service, so it would be very tricky to retrieve latest version available directly from them.
Unless for https://cdnjs.com/, this plugin is actually based on the GitHub API to fetch the latest existing Git tag directly from the repositories. Its name is compared afterwards with the CDN version present in your sources.
If you have many many CDNs in your sheets (or if you want to contribute to this project 😜), you’ll surely need to set a GitHub API token to avoid being blocked by the rate limit.
You can generate one here, and paste in under the plugin preferences (accessible from CDNUpdates’s Sublime menu).

CDN Providers currently handled

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get rid of your horrible icons in the gutter ?

It’ll be done automatically next time you’ll save your sheet :wink:

I’ve updated my links, but the Phantom objects don’t want to leave…

Same as above :smile:

Can I add another (or my own) CDN ?

Of course you can, unless the Open Source aspect of this project would be useless :fearful:
You basically just have to tweak CDNContent.py and imitate what is done there for your provider.
Don’t forget to share your work with the world ! :earth_africa:
Or… you can just open an issue here and I’ll do my best to handle your case !