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Toss File

by jbaranski ST3

Sublime Text 3 plugin for copying the current file or all open files to new pre-mapped locations

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  • Win 50
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  • Linux 13
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Toss File

Sublime Text plugin for copying the current file or all open files to new location(s)

Visual Studio Code equivalent: https://github.com/jbaranski/toss-file

Install

Using Package Control:

  1. In Sublime Text press Ctrl+Shift+P or Cmd+Shift+P
  2. Type install, select Package Control: Install Package
  3. Find Toss File and install

Manual:

  1. Download the latest release
  2. Extract the contents of the zip into a folder called Toss File (the space is important in the folder name)
  3. Copy the folder to <SUBLIME_TEXT_HOME>/Data/Packages/

After install add some paths to your settings (see below) and now you're ready to go

Settings

Always use a trailing slash to end the paths you list (default is empty list)

*nix

"paths": [
    {
        "/home/source1/": "/home/destination1/"
    },
    {
        "/home/source2/": "/home/destination2/"
    }
]

Windows

"paths": [
    {
        "C:\\home\\source1\\": "C:\\home\\destination1\\"
    },
    {
        "C:\\home\\source2\\": "C:\\home\\destination2\\"
    }
]

Control how long the status message appears (in seconds) in the footer of the file the command was run in (default is 5)

"statusTimeout": 5

Prevent overwrite exisiting file at the output location if it already exists (default is true)

"replaceIfExists": false,

List of extensions to ignore even if a path match is found (default is empty list)

"extensionExcludes": [
    ".jar",
    ".zip",
    ".class"
]

List of file names to ignore even if a path match is found (default is empty list)

"nameExcludes": [
    "File1.class",
    "File1.java"
]

List of output paths to ignore even if a path match is found (default is empty list) (example output paths are based on *nix “paths” above)

"outputPathExcludes": [
    "/home/destination1/build/",
    "/home/destination1/topsecret/"
]

List of input paths to ignore even if a path match is found (default is empty list) (example output paths are based on *nix “paths” above)

"inputPathExcludes": [
    "/home/source1/build/",
    "/home/source1/topsecret/"
]

Example Scenarios

NOTE: Toss All Files context menu item works exactly the same as Toss File except it includes all currently open files

Invoke the plugin via Toss File context menu item by right clicking on the current file, or pressing Ctrl+Shift+P or Cmd+Shift+P and executing the Toss File command

Example 1 (assume you are using the settings listed above):

  1. Run the toss file command against a file, for example /home/source1/my/special/file/file.txt
  2. The file is copied to /home/destination1/my/special/file/file.txt
  3. If the directory at step 2 doesn't already exist, it will be created

Example 2 (assume you are using the settings listed above):

  1. Run the toss file command against a file, for example /home/source77/my/special/file/file.txt
  2. No matches found, nothing happens