Adds commands that let you quickly browse Atom-related folders or reveal files you're working on (details below)
browse from Atom's Package Manager or the command-line equivalent:
$ apm install browse
Change to your Atom packages directory:
# Windows$ cd %USERPROFILE%\.atom\packages# Linux & macOS$ cd ~/.atom/packages/
Clone the repository as
$ git clone https://github.com/idleberg/atom-browse browse
Run any of the following commands from the Command Palette.
Browse: Project Folder(s)
Browse: Reveal All Open Files
Browse: Reveal File
Browse: .apm Folder
Browse: Application Folder
Browse: Configuration Folder
Browse: Packages Folder
All of these commands can also be accessed from the “Packages” menu and the context menu. Lastly, the package-developer-toolbar provides a graphical user interface for many of these commands.
If you want to override your system's default file-manager, you can specify its path in your Atom configuration.
config.cson, you can activate Atom info notifications for visual feedback on your actions.
With Atom's default
metrics package enabled, this package sends anonymized usage statistics to Google Analytics. The data transferred is limited to the name of the methods called by the user (see for yourself!) This helps me getting an understanding how this package is used. If you oppose data collection of that kind, you have probably disabled the
metrics package already. Otherwise, please do.
This work is licensed under the The MIT License.
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