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Follow file path between file browser and editor #5698

merged 3 commits into from Dec 19, 2018


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@gnestor gnestor commented Nov 29, 2018

Fixes #4258

This adds the File Browser to the Settings and introduces a "navigateToCurrentDirectory" option that, when enabled, will navigate the file browser to the CWD (current working directory) of the current document.


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@timkpaine timkpaine commented Nov 29, 2018


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@ellisonbg ellisonbg commented Dec 5, 2018

I tested this locally and the behavior is fantastic! This will really help in situations for users have a large number of files open across many different directories. I think for now it is fine to have this configurable in the advanced settings system, however I would love to see a menu item under the settings menu to enable users to change this more easily.

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@ian-r-rose ian-r-rose commented Dec 10, 2018

@gnestor This looks great from my perspective. Could you rebase to resolve the merge conflict?

@gnestor gnestor force-pushed the navigate-to-cwd branch from 6c3c012 to ca0f4aa Dec 10, 2018
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@gnestor gnestor commented Dec 10, 2018

@ian-r-rose Done!

@ellisonbg Should I add an item to the changelog describing this feature and how to enable it?

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@ian-r-rose ian-r-rose commented Dec 19, 2018


@ian-r-rose ian-r-rose merged commit 8b606ca into jupyterlab:master Dec 19, 2018
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