Related for Atom
Related is a port of the sublime-related-files plugin for Atom.
Related provides a quick way to access files that are "related" to the file currently opened. For example, Related includes a set of patterns for switching between C/C++/Objective-C source and header files.
What is a "related" file?
The relationship between files is defined through a set of patterns. For example,
"lib/(.+).coffee": [ "spec/$1-spec.coffee" ]
provides a mapping from a CoffeeScript file (through a matcher) in lib/ to a unit test in spec/ (through a result) -- that is, if I currently have the file lib/foo.coffee open and the file spec/foo-spec.coffee exists, Related will show it as a file to jump to. Each pattern can have multiple results, and a single file can match multiple patterns.
Related allows you to optionally create related files by specifying the 'create' flag at the end of your result. For example, with the currently open file "lib/foo.coffee",
"lib/(.+).coffee": [ "spec/$1-spec.coffee#create" ]
would prompt you to create "spec/foo-spec.coffee" if it doesn't already exist.
By default, Related uses ctrl+shift+r.
Related includes a limited default pattern set, but there are some additional examples in the examples/ directory. To add a pattern, see the "Edit related patterns" options under the Packages -> Related menu.
Related provides the following configuration options:
- openSingleItemAutomatically - If only a single existing file matches the pattern, automatically open it instead of prompting
- onlyShowCreateIfNoResults - Only offer to create files if there are no other existing results.