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2Categories: ["Emacs"] 2description = ""
3Description: "" 3title = "Opening Projects with Projectile"
4Tags: ["emacs", "lisp"] 4date = 2014-07-12T09:12:34Z
5title: "Opening Projects with Projectile" 5[taxonomies]
6date: 2014-07-12T09:12:34Z 6categories = ["Emacs"]
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9I use [Projectile][] for working with projects in Emacs. It's really good at finding files in projects, working with source code indexes (I use [Global][]), and with its [perspective][] support, it's also great at separating projects into workspaces. However, I've always felt it lacking in actually opening projects. I tend to work on different projects all the time and `projectile-switch-project` only tracks projects once they've been opened initially (despite the name, it works across Emacs sessions). 10I use [Projectile][] for working with projects in Emacs. It's really good at finding files in projects, working with source code indexes (I use [Global][]), and with its [perspective][] support, it's also great at separating projects into workspaces. However, I've always felt it lacking in actually opening projects. I tend to work on different projects all the time and `projectile-switch-project` only tracks projects once they've been opened initially (despite the name, it works across Emacs sessions).
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