Converts windows path to unix friendly and unix path to windows friendly path.
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- Win 761
- Mac 131
- Linux 135
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Converts Windows style paths to Unix style paths and vice versa. Its a very simple feature, but think about the number of times you have had to do something like this and done it manually.
What does it do?
Windows to Unix
Takes a windows path, removes the drive letter a.k.a. C: and changes '\' to '/'.
Unix to Windows
Find the unix prefix ('/cygdrive/' or '/'), take the following letter as a drive letter en adds this drive letter followed by ':' to the path, changing '/' to '\'
How do I use it?
Install using package control. See package control docs for details.
Highlight the path(s) to convert and select the appropriate command from the command palette. The two commands available are “Path: Unix to Windows” and “Path: Windows to Unix”.
You can also copy the path of the current file as Unix or Windows path to clipboard, using “Path: Copy current file path as Unix” or “Path: Copy current file path as Windows”
To configure the prefix of the Unix style path, edit the settings.