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:
$ cd %USERPROFILE%\.atom\packages
Linux & macOS
$ cd ~/.atom/packages/
Clone the repository as
$ git clone https://github.com/idleberg/atom-browse browse
cd browse && npm install
Once installed, you can run any of the following commands from the Command Palette.
Browse: Project Folder(s)
Browse: Project Dependencies(e.g.
Browse: Reveal File
Browse: Reveal Open Files
Browse: .apm Folder
Browse: Application Folder
Browse: App Data Folder
Browse: Configuration Folder
Browse: Packages Folder
Browse: Resources Folder
If you want to override your system's default file-manager, you can specify its path in the package settings.
Furthermore, you can specify custom arguments for the open and reveal actions.
browse:customFileManager:openArgs: ["-o", "%path%"]revealArgs: ["-r", "%path%"]
%path% placeholder can be omitted when it's the last argument
This work is licensed under the MIT License
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