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i​Opener

by rosshemsley ST3

Open files from path, with completion, listings and history. Similar to Emacs find file.

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  • Win 1K
  • OS X 2K
  • Linux 954
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iOpener

A Sublime Text 2/3 package to make finding and opening files less painful. Keep your hands on the keyboard with smart auto completion, history, and directory listings.

Usage

Use cmd + o or cntl + o as usual (or choose Find File in the command pallete.)

  • Pressing tab will cause smart completion to occur (hint: f1 can complete to filename1!)

  • Double-pressing tab will give you the directory listing

  • Up/down allow you to navigate previously entered paths

  • Opening a path that doesn't exist will create a new file or directory

demo

NB

  • This plugin will take over your default 'open file' shortcut. To use your system default, use cmd + shift + o or ctrl + shift + o

  • The open panel will not show unless a window is open. You will need to use cntl + n or cmd + n to open a new window first

Installing

Installation is easiest using Package Control. In the Command Pallette, select “Install Package” and then select “iOpener”.

Bugs

Bugs can be reported on GitHub, https://github.com/rosshemsley/iOpener.