In your project folder just include symbolic links or aliases to the
folders you wish to be subfolders.
Symbolic links and aliases aren¹t quite the same thing and I cannot
remember which one you need to use.
On 21/11/2013 12:03, "backspaces" <owen(a)backspaces.net> wrote:
TM2 changed the concept of projects. Could someone
point to the best
pages/posts for explaining them?
First of all, *are* there projects? I see the .tm_properties discussions
but not sure how to correctly use them, or how to build a project that has
My projects are of two kinds: github and multi-folder. I think the first
easy once I understand the format of the .tm_properties file (God I wish
were JSON, but I digress) because there's one obvious top level folder,
git repo, and I can include/exclude files/folders in .tm_properties, I
But the second is harder I think. Think of my home directory with several
folders I'd like to include in multiple projects. Ex: my bin dir and my
notes dir to start with. I could built a .tm_properties file in the home
dir which include bin and dir (both of which might also have their own
.tm_properties?) But then I also want another project in my home dir that
includes two other folders, src and hax. How do I manage that? I can't
rely on the single home .tm_properties .. I seem to need two of them.
The solution for me with Sublime is to have a folder of projects, each of
which is a JSON tree which can aim its path at specific sets of folders
anywhere in my system with associated include/excludes.
Can I do this in TM2? Easily? Thanks!
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