Table of Commands¶
|cd||change working directory|
|glue browse||open URL or local project file in default browser|
|glue clear||clear the text in the Glue view|
|glue finder||reveal current directory (default) or optional path in finder|
|glue goto||Sublime Text Goto Anything search|
|glue help||open the Glue help in the Glue view|
|glue localhost||open webbrowser to local server (default port 8000)|
|glue new||open a new Sublime Text buffer|
|glue open||open one or more project files by filepath|
|glue path||display the system PATH setting that is used by Glue|
|glue user||display an alphabetized list of Glue user extensions|
|glue wco||open one or more project files by wildcard pattern|
Change the working directory. Directory state is maintained between calls to the shell until you submit the command exit. This command works on Mac OSX, Linux, and Windows platforms.
Navigate to user assigned directory:
$ cd <directory path>
Idiom for navigation to parent directory:
$ cd ..
Idiom for navigation to your platform-dependent user home directory:
$ cd ~
The exit command performs cleanup tasks and exits the Glue terminal. The view is not automatically closed.
⊙ glue browse¶
Open a URL <url> or a local project filepath <path> in the default web browser.
$ glue browse <url, path>
⊙ glue clear¶
Clear the text in the Glue view.
$ glue clear
⊙ glue finder¶
Reveal the current working directory or optional directory path in the finder
Reveal current working directory in finder:
$ glue finder
Reveal subdirectory path in finder:
$ glue finder [subdirectory]
⊙ glue goto¶
Launch the Sublime Text Goto Anything search feature with the query term, <file query>
$ glue goto <file query>
This works best if you use a part of a project filename or directory and submit the Glue command. You will receive a list of matching files and can add additional symbols to jump to locations within the desired file. Add the @ character and additional text to your query to jump to symbols in the file. Add the # character and additional text to the query to search within the file. And add the : character followed by a numeral to jump to a line number in the file.
Sublime Text does not permit the searches within files using @, #, or : to be performed with this Glue command. Add these search filters to your query once you identify the proper file in the list produced by the Goto Anything file match.
⊙ glue help¶
Open the Glue help in the Glue view.
$ glue help
⊙ glue localhost¶
Open the default web browser to the local server at the URL http://localhost:8000 by default. You have the option to assign the port in your command.
$ glue localhost [port]
⊙ glue new¶
Open a new Sublime Text buffer in the editor.
$ glue new
⊙ glue open¶
Open one or more files in the Sublime Text editor by filepath.
$ glue open <filepath> [, filepath]
⊙ glue path¶
Display the system PATH that is used by Glue
$ glue path
⊙ glue user¶
Display an alphabetized list of your Glue user extensions
$ glue user
⊙ glue wco¶
Open one or more files in the Sublime Text editor by wildcard pattern
$ glue wco <pattern>