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Open​Here

by randy3k OS X ST2/ST3

Open Finder, Terminal and iTerm in Sublime Text

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OpenHere

Mac only. Reveal current file at view or current folder at Finder, Terminal or iTerm. There are a lot of exisiting packages do the same thing, e.g. Terminal, Terminal In Packages and Open Finder. The difference bewteen this package and the others is that OpenHere will peek into Terminal or iTerm to check if there is a tab running on the intended to open directory. If such a tab is found, it would switch to that tab instead of opening a new tab. However, uesr will need to make sure

  1. using either bash or zsh
  2. have the running program shown in the title of the application

Usage

At the command palatte:

  • Open Finder Here
  • Open Terminal Here
  • Open iTerm Here

Keybind

OpenHere does not ship with default keybinds. Instead, it lets you to define you own faviourite. Just define these keybinds in your user file.

[
    { "keys": ["super+shift+t"], "command": "open_terminal_here"},
    { "keys": ["super+shift+i"], "command": "open_iterm_here"},
    { "keys": ["super+shift+f"], "command": "open_finder_here"}
]