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Folders​Switch

by kitzberger ST3 MacLinux

This plugin allows you to easily switch between different folders mounts of the same project

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Sublime Text: Folders Switch

This plugin for Sublime Text allows you to easily switch between different folders mounts of the same project.

Usually you've got one huge project with a single path defined under folders in your *.sublime-project file with a giant directory tree displayed in Sublime Texts sidebar.

For specific tasks it might be useful to switch to a simpler sidebar with only a couple of (sub)folders being displayed at once.

The idea is to have several folders configurations within your *.sublime-project file and switch between them with a set of defined keyboard shortcuts.

How to

By pressing ctrl+alt+shift+1 you can create a new configuration called folders_1. This will be a copy of the currently used folders configuration. The old configuration will be backup'ed to folders_0. By pressing ctrl+alt+shift+0 you can always get back to the original state of your project.

Now edit the *.sublime-project file manually (Edit / Edit Project) to define a set of different folders for this alternative folders_1 configuration, so your file might look similar to the following JSON. I've configured folders_1 to contain only the relevant paths for an arbitiary TYPO3 project and folders_0 to contain the projects root folder.

{
    "folders":
    [
        {
            "path": "/projects/my-typo3-project"
        }
    ],
    "folders_0":
    [
        {
            "path": "/projects/my-typo3-project"
        }
    ],
    "folders_1":
    [
        {
            "name": "My TYPO3 project: ext",
            "path": "/projects/my-typo3-project/app/html/typo3conf/ext"
        },
        {
            "name": "My TYPO3 project: sysext",
            "path": "/projects/my-typo3-project/app/html/typo3/sysext"
        }
    ]
}

Don't edit folders directly. Always only edit the folders_x blocks, because folders will be overwritten with the contents of folders_x when hitting one of the switch shortcuts.

If you need more than one alternative folders configuration you can use ctrl+alt+shift+2 and ctrl+alt+shift+3 to create folders_2 and folders_3. They will be initialize with the current folders setting and must be customized manually by editing the project file.

Have a look at the project file when pressing the shortcuts to fully understand what's happening.

Keymap

You can define your own keymaps, the default keymap is:

[
   { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+shift+1"], "command": "switch_to_project_mount", "args": { "mount": "1" }},
   { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+shift+2"], "command": "switch_to_project_mount", "args": { "mount": "2" }},
   { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+shift+3"], "command": "switch_to_project_mount", "args": { "mount": "3" }},
   { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+shift+0"], "command": "cleanup_project_mounts"},
]

Kudos

This plugin was heavily inspired by https://github.com/divinites/folder2project