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File​Watcher

by kapitanluffy ST4

Adds support to broadcasting file events to Sublime Text

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👁 File Watcher

Sublime Text unfortunately does not automatically detect changes in the loaded folders. This package adds support to it by leveraging LSP features and broadcasting an event where other packages can subscribe

Requirements:

This package requires LSP and LSP-file-watcher-chokidar

Usage:

Create an event listener inside your package subscribing to file_watcher_broadcast_event

import sublime
import sublime_plugin

class MyFileEventListener(sublime_plugin.EventListener):
    def on_window_command(self, window: sublime.Window, command_name: str, args):
        if command_name != "file_watcher_broadcast_event":
            return

        # _events is an array of tuples `(event, file)[]`
        # "event" can be create, change or delete
        events = args['_events']

        # do something...