First of all this is my first post on the forum so I wanted to say hello to everyone.
First a short background on why I created this plugin. Like many of Sublime users here I come from VIM background.
That means that despite many cool and useful Sublime features (fuzzy autocompletion was on top of my list) I still missed many of VIM features and it's ability to operate fully just using the keyboard.
One of the biggest things I missed was the problem with navigating through my files, copying or moving files between directories, creating new directories, deleting files, or just viewing what files are in a particular directory. Sure I could do it from the terminal, but going between one and the other all the time was not the best for my productivity.
I've decided to look for some plugins that would help me with my daily coding, and found some that allowed me to cover some of the functionalities but none of them was 100% of what I was looking for.
So I've decided to create such a plugin my self.
It's still an early alpha version, and since it's my first encounter with Sublime Plugin development or Python I think there's much that needs to be improved.
But it does it's job, allowing me to manipulate my files without touching the mouse. Plus Sublime's excellent fuzzy file name matching makes it much quicker then doing the same from the terminal.
You can get the plugin from my GitHub repo: github.com/belike81/Sublime-File-Navigator
I've requested for the repo to be added to the Package Control, but it can take some time to get approved.
Usage is pretty simple, and describe on GitHub. Basically just open a folder or a project in Sublime and press "ctrl+shift+o" if your on Windows/Linux or "cmd+shift+o" if on a Mac.
I'll be happy to here from you what features need to be fixed/changed for it to be more usable.