It should do what you want (though test it to make sure). I did some and it appears to extract the package and path properly. The recursive thing was more of a me thinking of something else when you said nested files. Though if sublime text allows for nested directories, someone may define a keymap file not at the top level. Of course, this doesn't affect your stuff. I may go back and just take it out. If Sublime Text allows the nested structure at some point, I can re add it. With that being said, I'm done for tonight. I'll check back tomorrow for feedback.
Ha yup. Do you know of any reason not to do that? I've never had a reason to open files as binary in python, so I'm not sure it's 100% safe.
Hmm, I didn't think it did when I test it, or maybe I just wasn't paying attention. And yes I wasn't paying attention. Sad...maybe that's fatigue setting in.
Hmm, great how export html was only discussed on say....the first 20 posts in this thread, but it's all related. And as a random note...apparently the Sublime Text team is at least 2 people (the latest blog post isn't from Jon).