Simply awesome project management in Atom.
No configuration — atom was already keeping track of your projects
No mess (project files) — atom already knows about your projects and their needs (and is planning to know more)
No weirdness — switching between projects (in the same window) is done correctly and does not corrupt state (unlike every existing project package I've seen)
Fully supports projects with multiple paths
apm install project-plus
ctrl-cmd-p(mac) to open the project finder
enterwill open the project in the current window by default*
shift-enterwill open the project in a new window by default*
ctrl-cmd-tabwill switch to the next recently used project
ctrl-shift-cmd-tabwill switch to the previous recently used project
Switch to a project (in the current atom window by default*) by selecting one or more folders using an OS folder picker.
Close the current project and revert to an empty atom window.
Saves the current project and marks it to be shown in the project finder ( if not using auto-discover).
Remove a project from the session storage and from the
projects.cson file. This file can be populated either manually or
via saving projects with
Disable to limit the project finder to explicitly saved projects (
projects.cson in the Atom configuration directory).
Specify a folder or glob pattern to limit projects that are discovered. This is a case-sensitive field, make sure you've got the path name specified correctly. Any saved projects that aren't in your project home will still be displayed.
Disable to hide the project paths.
Open projects in a new window by default.
shift-enter will always do the inverse.
Always feel free to help out! Whether it's filing bugs and feature requests or working on some of the open issues, Atom's contributing guide will help get you started while the guide for contributing to packages has some extra information.
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