Plugin for Sublime Text 3 that lets you alias top-level folders in the Side Bar.
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Alias your project folders quickly and easily! Right-click on any top-level folder in the Side Bar and choose “Alias Folder…”. It's helpful to resolve name collisions or to provide friendlier names for folders.
This plugin works by modifying your current
sublime-project file. Specifically, it edits the
name property of
items in the
folders array. If this is an issue, then the current version of this plugin won't work for you, but
please let me know so I can look at alternative solutions!
There exists a similar project (FolderAlias, see Thanks below) that is no longer maintained. This project exists to be simpler (from both user and code perspectives) and maintained.
Open the Goto Anything palette, run Package Control: Install Package, and select Folder Aliaser.
Right-click on any top-level folder in the Side Bar, choose “Alias Folder”, and type the alias you want. Simple!
Contributions, issues, questions, etc.
Please feature branch from
master and submit a pull request. And please submit any issues you find!
This is my first Sublime Text plugin so there are a ton of comments; should be pretty easy to follow.
This project was inspired by rablador's FolderAlias plugin and a desire to provide an easier way to alias folders without having to manually edit a JSON file.
The code is free to use.