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Open in Nautilus

by glutanimate ST3 Linux

Sublime Text plugin that opens files in Nautilus (default file manager for GNOME and Unity)

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Open in Nautilus

Overview

This is a simple Sublime Text 3 package that adds a hotkey and command to reveal a file in its parent directory with Nautilus (GNOME and Unity's file manager).

Usage

The hotkey defaults to Alt + Shift + F. Use the open_folder_in_nautilus command in your key bindings to customize it, e.g.:

[
    { 
      "keys": ["alt+shift+f"], "command": "open_folder_in_nautilus"
    }
]

In addition to the hotkey, you can access the plugin via the command palette (command: Open in Nautilus file manager).

License

This plugin is licensed under the GNU GPLv3. A copy of the license is included in the LICENSE file that accompanies this README.

Copyright 2014 Glutanimate.