I’m frequently asked about how I’m able to create new directory structures and files so quickly in Sublime Text 2. Well the answer is that this functionality is not offered natively; instead, I use a helpful plugin. I’ll demonstrate it in this video.
It’s worth mentioning that, toward the end of the video, I assign a custom key-binding:
n-n. Please note that this binding assumes that you’re working in Vintage (Vim) mode. To trigger it, you’d exit to command mode – by pressing
Esc – and then type
If you’re not a Vintage user, you can stick with the default key-binding that comes with the plugin.
- Package Control
- Sublime AdvancedNewFile
- Enable Vintage Mode
- Sublime Text 2: Tips and Tricks
- Essential Sublime Text 2 Plugins and Extensions