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Quick File Move

by wulftone ALL

ST2/3 Plugin for quickly moving/renaming files

Details

  • 2014.10.29.00.36.48
  • github.​com
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Sublime Text 2 Quick File Move

A simple ST2 plugin to help you move or rename your files

If you want more functions, try SideBarEnhancements:

This functionality is available via the shortcut command “side_bar_move” in the SideBarEnhancements plugin.

You can put it in your User Key Bindings file like so: { “keys”: [“ctrl+alt+r”], “command”: “side_bar_move” }

SideBarEnhancements also supplies you with a lot of other useful things.

Usage

Press ctrl+shift+r then enter your new file path or filename!

Configuring

Add { "keys": ["ctrl+shift+r"], "command": "quick_file_move" } to your user keybindings file and change the keymap to whatever you prefer.

Code

The code is available on GitHub!

Credit goes to a.stenlund@gmail.com for making the first version for ST1.