quodlibet wrote:I've been thinking about some of the same issues as the OP. At work, I run a portable Sublime out of my Dropbox. I've created a folder to keep all my projects in, but the absolute path changes from computer to computer. Does anyone know if it is possible to treat the path of the project as relative? (It's only a couple directories over ) The files within the project should then be relative to the project, which will work out alright.
ToddFiske wrote:Sublime Text stores the list of projects in \Data\Settings\Session.sublime_session, in a key at the end of the file called "workspaces", relative to your user data area. The exact location depends on your OS and whether you use the portable version or the full installer.
This is a JSON file which you can edit (with another text editor when Sublime Text is not open) to change project files paths, the order of projects, delete unused projects, etc. Make sure to keep the same syntax, particularly the commas at the end of each item except the last one. It may be possible to edit it from Sublime, but that may produce unpleasing results. =)
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