By unlisted package, I mean a package that is not available through Package Control (yet). So, you can't find it in packagecontrol.io.
BUT, you can still install it using Package Control, so you'll get all the advantages. For example, they'll be automatically updated, just like a "regular" installation.
And it's really easy.
Package Control: Add repositoryin the command palette (ctrl+shift+p)
And now, it's just like if this package was on the default channel (a channel is a simple list of packages. The default one is the one you get... by default 😃).
Package Control: Install Packagein the command palette (ctrl+shift+p)
That's it! Pretty cool, huh? So, if you're a package developer don't hesitate to let them know they can do it this way (always better than the
git clone and
git pull 😉).
Note: Feel free to copy/paste this text in your readme, or adapt your own version!