Author Topic: way to open directory as 'project' or 'workspace?  (Read 418 times)

ealbers

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way to open directory as 'project' or 'workspace?
« on: March 11, 2018, 11:44:42 am »
I've been using visual studio code side by side with slickedit a bit, as it does one thing (and really only one) which slickedit does not seem able to do...
With VSCode, you can open a directory.  This then creates a project/workspace like list of all files under that directory which you can then quickly open/close by clicking on them.
Even better, you can search the entire directory tree's files for a term.

I've been using slickedit for oh, at least 15 years, can it do this?
Thanks!

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Re: way to open directory as 'project' or 'workspace?
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2018, 01:48:39 pm »
Have you looked at File>File Manager.  This isn't going to be exactly what you want but might get you in the ballpark.

Is there a reason multi-file search won't work for second issue?