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Sync​File​You​Want

by Lanceshi2 ALL

Sublime Text plugin that enables syncing files between two folders

Details

  • 2016.11.01.11.21.11
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 7 years ago
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SyncFileYouWant

A Sublime Text plugin that enables syncing files between two folders. This is initially designed to help copying files between local work folder and github folder for FTR lab.

Although we already have tools like FileSync which automatically sync two folders, I do find there are situations where though two directories are quite the same, we still want to keep some files identical due to version/experiment considerations. So I introduced this relatively manual way to sync files between two folders where you can decide which files you want to sync.

I don't see any reason it can't be used in ST2 or other OSes. But I have only tested it on ST3 and Windows.

Update

Added diff functionality. Now you can press ctrl + alt + d to see the diff of source and destination files before syncing. Added integration with Meld merge. To use this functionality, you need to install Meld first. The default meld location is C:\Program Files (x86)\Meld\meld\meld (including meld file) . You can modify the location in the settings file.

Usage

To enable using Sync file, you need to first config your source and dest locations at: Preferences > Package Settings > SyncFileYouWant > Settings - User.

I recommend you copy the settings file template from: Preferences > Package Settings > SyncFileYouWant > Settings - Default

And add your source and dest locations based on that template.

Source and dest locations will automatically include all their sub-folders.

To sync a file, simply press ctrl + alt + s at the file you want to sync.

Or Alternatively, you can click Tools > SyncFileYouWant > Sync File.

To see the differences between two files, press ctrl + alt + d at the file.

To use Meld to do merging, press ctrl + alt + m.

Or run commands from command palette: print SyncFile: Sync File, SyncFile: Diff File or SyncFile: Diff With Meld.

To sync multiple files, at side bar, choose multiple files, right click > Sync File

Works with Sublime Text 3 (Stable version)

How to install

Package Control

Install Will Bond's Package Control, and then:

  • In the Command Palette, choose Package Control: Install Package
  • Search for SyncFileYouWant and install it

Github

Go to your Sublime Text “Packages” directory (Preferences / Browse Packages...).

Then clone this GitHub repository:

$ git clone https://github.com/Lanceshi2/SyncFileYouWant.git "Sync File"

License

MIT