~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Installed Packages/Package Control.sublime-package should do it.
(Thus just reversing the ‘Manual installation’ described in https://packagecontrol.io/installation)
More complete instructions can be found at the official docs (thanks @BartaTamás): https://packagecontrol.io/docs/troubleshooting#Purging_Old_Versions
Press Ctrl+Shift+P (or Shift+⌘+P on a Mac)
All the packages that can be removed will be shown in the list below.
Select one and this is it.
Sublime Text 3
Run Sublime Text.
Select Preferences → Package Control.
Use ctrl+shift+p shortcut for (Win, Linux) or cmd+shift+p for (OS X).
Select Remove Package. Package Control: Remove Package
Start typing name of the package you want to remove and select it from the list of installed packages.
Wait for the uninstallation to complete.
Simple steps for remove any package from Sublime as phpfmt, Xdebug etc..
1- Go to Sublime menu-> Preference or press Ctrl+Shift+P .
2- Choose -> Remove package option, after you choosing it will display all packge installed in your sublime, select one of them.
3. After selection it will remove, or for better you can restart your system.
Another issue, if you run OS X, is that you may have upgraded Xcode, and Apple has decided to not let you run
git because you have not accepted the license agreement. This is if you are using the standard Apple-installed
git (usually in
git in the Terminal, and and press the space-bar and type
agree to Apple’s agreement to fix this. When
git runs correctly, the Gitgutter will start working again.
git a program they had nothing to do with writing, needs to be covered by their mandatory (and ridiculously long) licensing agreement is beyond me, and is arguably in violation of the GPLv2 license of
git. Another option is to just install your own