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README.md

Kirikae for Sublime Text

Fork of https://github.com/rajeshvaya/Sublime-Extended-Tab-Switcher since that seems pretty inactive

This plugin is for quickly switching to a given open tab. Tabs will be treated as buffers: It shouldn't matter in which window/group they are, switching should be easy.

Key Bindings

  • On pressing ctrl+alt+w show all tabs inside the current window
  • On pressing ctrl+alt+s show all tabs inside the current split

User can change the default key binding at Preferences -> Package Settings -> Kiriake -> Key Bindings - User

Configurations

User can overwrite the following configurations by adding flags in the User - Settings section which can be access by Preferences -> Package Settings -> Kirikae -> Settings - User

  • Sorting

    By default the the files are sorted in the order of "open files" in the side bar. To enable the sorting the user can change the defauly key binding and adding the following flag in the settings

     {
     	"sort": "true"
     }
  • Skip current file

    By default the current active file/view is also displayed within the selection of the open files. This can be overwritten by adding the following flag in the settings

     {
     	"skip_current_file": "true"
     }
  • Mark dirty file

    By default all the dirty/unsaved files are marked with "*". This can be overwritten by adding the following flag in the settings

    Tip: This character can be also use to view all the unsaved files while searching the open files

     {
     	"mark_dirty_file_char": "<your-char>"
     }
    
  • Show full file path

    By default the files listed will contain only the filename, This can be overwritten by adding the following flag in the settings

     {
     	"show_full_file_path": true
     }
    
  • Open tabs in the current pane

    By default, selecting a file will focus its view in its current position. When the following flag is set to true, the view will be moved into the currently active pane.

     {
     	"move_to_current_pane": false
     }
    

Credits

David Mohl - @dvcrn

Rajesh Vaya - @rajeshvaya

Kohichi Aoki - @drikin

Philip Oliver - @phildopus

Rrg - @rrg

License

MIT

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