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Sublime-vagrant

Implements common Vagrant commands.

  • Init Create a new Vagrantfile in the root directory of your project.
  • Status: Will show the status of this project's VM
  • Up: Starts this project's VM
  • Provision: Runs configured provisioners
  • Halt: Forcefully suspends the VM
  • Suspend: Suspends the VM
  • Resume: Resumes the VM
  • Reload: Reloads Vagrantfile (equivalent to halt then up)
  • Destroy: Destroys the VM. Be careful, you won't be asked to confirm.
  • Destroy & Up: Destroys the VM and starts it again. Useful for resetting to a known position.
  • Rsync: Rsync files from host to guest.

Settings

You can set up a different vagrant path if your Vagrant binary is not installed in the default location, or you're using Sublime-Vagrant on a windows machine.

{
    "vagrant_path": "/usr/bin/vagrant",
    "vagrantfile_path": "/vagrant",
    "additional_args": ['-h', '-v'],
    "output_to_window": true
}

By default Sublime-Vagrant will scan your first open folder and traverse up from there looking for a Vagrantfile, alternatively you may provide the "vagrantfile_path" setting which allows you to manually specify a relative path.

There are very few additional arguments you can pass to Vagrant so by default there are none in the setting file.

Contributors

If you submit any bug fixes or improvements, don't forget to add yourself to the list of contributors.

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