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copy settings over

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1 parent 1c8ecc3 commit 1471da40312a57f1099b312575ab92a29f52c88c @holman committed Nov 18, 2011
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+#!/bin/sh
+# Since Sublime is fucking insane and can't handle symlinks for the User
+# directory, we'll need to manually copy stuff over.
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+rm -rf $ZSH/sublime2/User
+cp -R ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages/User $ZSH/sublime2/User
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+#!/bin/sh
# Setup a machine for Sublime Text 2
set -x

4 comments on commit 1471da4

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prathe replied Mar 2, 2012

Maybe the symlink issue was fixed, because I didn't have to execute sublime2/copy for Sublime to consider my settings.

I am using build 2181, 22 February 2012

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holman replied Mar 2, 2012

The latest beta build consolidated a whole bunch of settings files (and I bet the symlink problem may be fixed too). I'll have to look into this and see what's changed and if any of this is needed anymore.

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prathe replied Mar 2, 2012

I followed the settings guide and only kept those files.

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OmeGak replied May 4, 2013

Same here. Symlinking the User directory works with no problem for me.

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