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Configure project specific commands, keymaps, etc. in your project-file.

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Project-Specific

This extension enables you to add project specific configuration to Sublime Text 2.

Example:

{
    "folders": ...
    "settings": {
        "project-specific": {
            "sublime-keymap": [
                {"keys": [ "ctrl+B"],
                 "command": "exec",
                 "args": ["echo", "my build"]
                }
            ],
            "sublime-commands": [
                {"caption": "My Command",
                 "command": "open_file",
                 "args": {"file": "my file.x"} }
            ]
            "sublime-macro": {
                "macro1": [ ... ],
                "macro2": [ ... ]
            }
        }
    }

}

Each time you switch to a project, the configuration files in User/Project-Specific will be updated. For example above, there would be created:

  • User/Project-Specific/Default.sublime-keymap
  • User/Project-Specific/<project-name>.sublime-commands
  • User/Project-Specific/<project-name> macro1.sublime-macro
  • User/Project-Specific/<project-name> macro2.sublime-macro

Basically there will be created a file <project-name>.<key> for each key of project-specific dictionary, if value is a list. If value is a dictionary with subkey, then files <project-name> <subkey>.<key> will be created.

sublime-keymap configuration is an exception, because file-name must be Default. If you use here a subdictionary, your key can contain (case-insensitive) linux, osx, windows for os-specific keymaps, any other key will be mapped to Default (if there are multiple keys mapped to Default only the last processed is taken, values are not merged!).