This plugin for Sublime will ensure the specified files are opened at startup
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Choose files that open when sublime starts
I keep my to do list and other stuff in text files, and I would like to have them available when I launch Sublime. This plugin takes care of that.
This plugin has 2 commands and one setting. When Sublime starts, files specified in the setting are opened.
- Open startup files
- Set startup files
These commands are pretty much self explanatory. Both commands are available via the command palette. To specify the startup files, have only those files opened, and under Preferences choose
Set open files as startup files.
- Open files at startup
This is a list of all files to be opened at start. You can edit this manually, or set it via the command.
This package is accessible via Package Control