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Switch File Deluxe

by jturcotte ST2/ST3

Switch header/source based on generic suffixes (not just the extension).

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  • 2015.02.24.23.07.19
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
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SublimeSwitchFileDeluxe

Switch header/source based on generic suffixes (not just the extension).

If a file can't be found in the same directory, the command also searches for it in the directory of other already opened files.

Example

Qt has private headers with a “_p.h” suffix, and QtWebKit has platform specific implementation headers/sources with a “Qt.” suffix. The following keymap setting would allow switching between “File.cpp” -> “FileQt.cpp” -> “FileQt.h” -> “File.h” -> “File_p.h” -> “File_p_p.h” -> …

[
    { "keys": ["alt+o"], "command": "switch_file_deluxe", "args": {"extensions": [".cpp", ".cxx", ".cc", ".c", "Qt.cpp", "Qt.h", ".hpp", ".hxx", ".h", "_p.h", "_p_p.h", ".ipp", ".inl", ".m", ".mm"]} }
]

Note: The dot has to be explicitely specified before extensions, unlike the standard switch_file command.