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Atom works on the basis of "folder" based project. It remembers the settings / state for when you open a project.
This package allows you to quickly open a specific folder. You can even store config options specific to a project e.g. at my work we don't remove whitespace or add a new line to allow people to use whatever editor and not get insignificant diffs on legacy code:
'work': 'title': 'work' 'paths': [ 'C:\\dev\\work' ], 'settings': 'whitespace.removeTrailingWhitespace': false 'whitespace.ensureSingleTrailingNewline': false
It also allows you to configure options of
atom-typescript on a per
project basis e.g.
'work': 'title': 'work' 'paths': [ 'C:\\dev\\work' ], 'settings': 'atom-typescript.debugAtomTs': false
Saves a lot of wrist pain.
Like visual studio go back to previous location. Really useful when you navigate to stuff and want to go back to where you were working.
Who has time to bring up the find and replace dialog for a quick find word?
For easier jsdocing