Plugin for Sublime Text to keep the open tabs at a clear amount
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Limit Tabs for Sublime Text
Ever get to the end (middle?) of a day of coding only to find your window littered with tabs that are nearly impossible to search through visually? Find yourself rage-quitting all your tabs in disgust and starting over? No? Just me? Ok.
With this plugin, a simple keystroke
ctrl + alt + w will close all tabs, the oldest first, whose file has not been modified in the last 30 minutes (to change this interval, see Preferences > Packages > LimitTabs > Settings). It will keep 10 tabs open (also changeable in settings) and will only close tabs in the background – so files that are open and active in your window won't be closed. Likewise, it will not close files with unsaved changes.
You can change the key binding in Preferences > Package Settings > LimitTabs > Key Bindings.
You can also configure the plugin to automatically close old tabs each time you save a file. To enable this, go to Preferences > Package Settings > LimitTabs > Settings and set
// Automatically run after a file is saved "limittabs_run_on_post_save": true,
Another configuration option is the threshold. Setting this to 0 disables this plugin, a number greater than 0 will keep always at least this amount of tabs open
// If this is set and greater than 0, LimitTabs will only run if // the number of tabs is greater than the threshold setting. "limittabs_threshold": 12,
Keep open minimum files
The setting variable keep_open lets you choose a number of tabs that will always kept open
// Keep this amount of tabs open. Tabs are closed by last access time // or last modified time, whatever is higher "limittabs_keep_open": 10
Installation with Package Manager (Recommended)
The easiest way to install is via the excellent Sublime Package Manager. Once Package Manager is installed, bring up the commands menu (
Command + Shift + P on Mac,
Control + Shift + P on Windows or Linux), then type “Package Control” to filter the commands list. Select the “Package Control: Install Package” command, then find and install the LimitTabs plugin.
Installation without Package Manager
Clone or download this repo to your Packages folder.
This is a fork of the TidyTabs-Sublime plugin.
Licensed under the MIT license.
Copyright © Brad Daily
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