This seems to be interacting badly with WinSSHFs for me. In my console output, I'm seeing:
scan: /D/project/lib/flash has been seen before, skipping (using inode) previous path: /D/project/test/flash inode: 351315677
scan: /D/project/lib/i2c has been seen before, skipping (using inode) previous path: /D/project/test/i2c inode: 533846050
/D/ maps to my home directory on a remote ubuntu machine, and I'm running this on windows.
These two folders are not symlinks to one another, and contain different contents. Sublime refuses to show the contents of the folders under
lib, which requires me to open them manually.
What can I do to clear the cache of the indexer and try again?