when I click on “Save Project As…”, sublime proposes to save on the folder of the currently selected file, that will often be deeply nested inside the current project.
That, of course, is not where I want to keep my project files. Arguably, there are two possible ways to arrange project files:
- Keep each .sublime-project and .sublime-workspace pair in the root of their project folder;
- Keep all of these files in the same directory, maybe a dedicated one, that only contains project files.
Well, personally I go for the latter, so what I’ll do is, each time I hit “Save Project As…”, browse to find my preferred project directory.
Is it possible to do this automatically?
Also, if I move a project file, Sublime Text 2 will be unhappy when I try to “Switch Project In Window…”. Where does Sublime Text 2 keep its list of past .sublime-project files, so that I can modify it, when needed?