Daniel Brün 5 years ago • updated by Oktay Acikalin 4 years ago 1

In my project there are a couple of symlinks to other files in my project, which is quite common in a symfony2 project. In sublime's project-tree the original files are not displayed (the directory they're in is empty), only the symbolic links are shown - which is odd.

Perhaps it should be configurable whether one wants either one of these:
* Show symlinks as symlinks. Hitting them jumps to the original file or folder in the tree view.
* Show symlinked folders and files ghosted. Hitting them jumps to the symlink tree node which shows the contents.
I rather like the first one. It's far more near the filesystem and less confusing.