Jo Liss 5 years ago • updated by James Van Dyke 5 years ago 1
There is problem with symlinks: Say I have a symlink "J" pointing to the app/assets/javascripts directory.

Then both Cmd+P and the subl command will wrongly treat J/foo.js and app/assets/javascripts/foo.js as different files, and merrily open them in separate tabs, even though they are the same file.

Agreed.  I have symlinks in projects pointing to other projects and tend to have multiple project directories opened in my sidebar.  It would be nice if Sublime could make each file unique based on its absolute path.