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File​Finder

by houcheng ST2/ST3

Sublime Filefinder plugin

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Sublime Filefinder plugin

Demo

Installation

Via the Sublime Package Manager:

  • Ctrl+Shift+P or Cmd+Shift+P in Linux / Windows / OS X
  • Type install, select Package Control: Install Package
  • Select Filefinder

Usage

A prompt file finder utility for sublime. You should:

  1. Set the “include_dirs” in menu of /Preference/Packages/File finders/User setting.
  2. Restart sublime, then use “ctrl+t” to do the file search.

Default

  • Default hot key
{ "command": "filefinder", "keys": ["ctrl+t"] },
  • Default settings
// search path
"include_dirs": ["~/Documents", "~/Desktop"],
// files open by system applications
"binary_files": ["ppt", "doc", "xls", "pdf", "docx", "pptx", "odp"],
  • In windows environment, your search path may looks like this:
"include_dirs": ["C:\\Users\\YOUR-USER-NAME-HERE\\Documents"],

Note

Please do not set include_dirs to contains too many files, this may takes a while to walk the file-list and sublime would freeze during file walking.