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File​Commands

by danhper ST2/ST3

Commands to work with files in Sublime Text

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  • OS X 2K
  • Linux 1K
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sublime-file-commands

Installation

Install the package as FileCommands through Package Control.

Usage

This package has the following commands to work with file more easily.

  • open_or_create_file Opens or creates a file. Will also create all directories in between when needed when creating file.

  • save_quit Saves and closes the file. Closes Sublime Text if it is the last file open and no directory or project is opened.

  • try_quit Closes the file (or uses an Emacs like prompt to ask if not saved). Closes Sublime Text if it is the last file open and no directory or project is opened.

  • force_quit Closes the file even if not saved. Closes Sublime Text if it is the last file open and no directory or project is opened.

The package commands are available in the Command Palette so that they can be accessed through vim bindings, but any keybings works perfectly, for example:

[
  { "keys": ["super+w"], "command": "try_quit" },
  { "keys": ["super+o"], "command": "open_or_create_file" }
]

Open file screenshot:

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