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Sesame

by gerardroche ST3

Projects command palette.

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Sesame - Projects Command Palette

Sesame is a Projects Command Palette. It provides commands to open, add, remove, and switch projects. For example, when you organise your projects like this:

❯ ~/projects
├── laravel
│   ├── fortify
│   ├── framework
│   ├── jetstream
│   ├── passport
│   └── vite-plugin
├── sublimelsp
│   └── LSP
└── wbond
    ├── package_control
    └── packagecontrol.io

Sesame will prompt you with this:

laravel/fortify
laravel/framework
laravel/jetstream
laravel/passport
laravel/vite-plugin
sublimelsp/LSP
wbond/package_control
wbond/packagecontrol.io

If there is sublime project file in the root of the directory, it will be used by Sesame, otherwise the folder is the project.

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Documentation

To check out docs, visit docs.

Changelog

See CHANGELOG.md.

License

Released under the GPL-3.0-or-later License.