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Sesame

by gerardroche ST3

Add, open, remove, switch, and manage projects and folders, using the command palette and key bindings.

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WHAT SESAME IS

Add, open, remove, and switch, projects or folders, using the Command Palette and Key Bindings.

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QUICK START

Set the location of your projects:

Menu > Preferences > Settings

{
    "sesame.path": "~/projects"
}

Press ctrl+alt+o to open a project.

INSTALLATION

Package Control installation

The preferred method of installation is Package Control.

Manual installation

Close Sublime Text, then download or clone this repository to a directory named Sesame in the Sublime Text Packages directory for your platform:

  • Linux: git clone https://github.com/gerardroche/sublime-sesame.git ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/Sesame
  • OSX: git clone https://github.com/gerardroche/sublime-sesame.git ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages/Sesame
  • Windows: git clone https://github.com/gerardroche/sublime-sesame.git %APPDATA%\Sublime/ Text/ 3/Packages/Sesame

COMMANDS

Command Palette Command Description
Sesame: Add sesame_add Add a project to the current window
Sesame: Open sesame_open Open a project in a new window
Sesame: Remove sesame_remove Remove a project from the current window
Sesame: Switch sesame_switch Switch to a project in the current window

KEY BINDINGS

Add your preferred key bindings:

Menu > Preferences > Key Bindings

[
    { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+a"], "command": "sesame_add" },
    { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+o"], "command": "sesame_open" },
    { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+r"], "command": "sesame_remove" },
    { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+s"], "command": "sesame_switch" },
]

Default key bindings:

Windows / Linux OSX Description
ctrl+alt+o super+alt+o Sesame: Open

CONFIGURATION

Key Description Type Default
sesame.depth Number of levels deep to look for projects within path. int 1 or 2 2
sesame.keymaps Enable default key bindings. boolean true
sesame.path Location of projects. string or list[str, dict] The value found in the environment variable PROJECTS_PATH (if it exists).
sesame.vcs Include/exclude version controlled projects e.g. Git, Mercurial, Subversion: true means include only version controlled projects, false means exclude them, and null (default), means version controlled and non-version controlled projects are included. boolean or null null

Path

Menu > Preferences > Settings

{
    "sesame.path": "~/projects"
}

Menu > Project > Edit Project (Per-project)

{
    "settings": {
        "sesame.path": "~/projects"
    }
}

Path environment variable

A PROJECTS_PATH environment variable can be used to set the default path e.g. on Linux edit ~/.profile and add export PROJECTS_PATH=~/projects (may require a system restart).

Multiple paths

Multiple paths can be set using a PATH separator (':' for POSIX or ';' for Windows):

{
    "sesame.path": "~/projects:~/work:~/src"
}

Or as a list:

{
    "sesame.path": ["~/projects", "~/work", "~/src"]
}

Depth

The default depth is 2 (projects are listed using the pattern */* e.g. name/name). If you prefer to organise your projects at a single level, set the depth to 1:

Menu > Preferences > Settings

{
    "sesame.depth": 1
}

Overriding settings for specific paths

Menu > Preferences > Settings

{
    "sesame.path": [
        {"path": "~/projects/a", "depth": 1}
        {"path": "~/projects/b", "vcs": true}
    ],
    "sesame.depth": 2
}

Path a will use depth 1 and package defaults for all other settings.

Path b will use depth 2, vcs true, and package defaults for the all other settings.

Custom commands

Adding a custom command to Key Bindings:

Menu > Preferences > Key Bindings

[
   { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+v"], "command": "sesame_open", "args": { "path": "~/vendor" } }
]

Adding custom commands to the Command Palette (edit User/Default.sublime-commands):

[
   { "caption": "Sesame: Add Vendor", "command": "sesame_add", "args": { "path": "~/vendor" } },
   { "caption": "Sesame: Open Vendor", "command": "sesame_open", "args": { "path": "~/vendor" } },
   { "caption": "Sesame: Switch Vendor", "command": "sesame_switch", "args": { "path": "~/vendor" } }
]

Custom commands accept options (see configuration options above):

{
    "caption": "Sesame: Open Vendor",
    "command": "sesame_open",
    "args": {
      "path": "~/vendor",
      "depth": 2,
      "vcs": false
    }
}

CHANGELOG

See CHANGELOG.md.

LICENSE

Released under the BSD 3-Clause License.