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CAside

by spywhere ST3

A Source/Header Files Synchronizer for Sublime Text 3

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CAside

A source/header files synchronizer for Sublime Text 3

Features

  • Header/Source files synchronization
  • Multiple extensions supported (via Regular Expression)

Important Notes

You must open your workspace as a group you selected

For example: You select to open all files in group 1, then you must set your workspace to group 2 (View > Groups > Max Columns: 2)

Commands

The following commands can be accessed via Command Palette (Control+Shift+P or Super+Shift+P) only

  • Enable/Disable
    • Enable or disable CAside plugin
  • Select
    • Select (a view in) currently focused group
  • Synchronize
    • Synchronize the source and header

How it's work

When you activate a view, CAside will looking for a file from current view and try to find a correspond target file (For example, when you open a .c file, CAside will looking for .h file) if a file is found, it will open on a new group as you assign in settings file.

CAside in action

Demo

Installation

You can install CAside via Sublime Package Control or by clone this repository into your Sublime Text 3 / Packages folder

cd PACKAGES_PATH
git clone git://github.com/spywhere/CAside.git

PACKAGES_PATH is related to folder which can be accessed via the Preference > Browse Packages…

Settings

Settings are accessed via the Preferences > Package Settings > CAside or via command palette by type “Preference CAside”

Default settings should not be modified. However, you can copy the relevant settings into CAside user settings file