Sublime SFTP

Usage

Sublime SFTP can be used via menus or key bindings.

Key Bindings

In addition to the menu-driven operation, Sublime SFTP offers key bindings for all commands.

Remote Workflow

Upload File
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+f
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+f
Upload the current file
Upload Changed Files
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+c
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+c
Upload all files changed or created since the last commit to your VCS (SVN, Git or Hg)
Upload Open Files
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+n
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+n
Upload all open files that are configured with an SFTP/FTP remote
Download File
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+o
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+o
Download the remote version of the selected file and overwrite the local copy
Upload Folder
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+r
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+r
Uploading the entire folder the current file is located in can be accomplished by pressing ctrl+alt+u+r on Windows and Linux, or ctrl+cmd+u+r on OS X.
Download Folder
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+e
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+e
Download the entire folder
Diff Remote File
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+i
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+i
Download the remote version of a file to a temp location and diff it with the local version
Rename Local and Remote Files
Context menu only
Rename the file on the server as well as the local copy
Delete Remote File
Context menu only
Delete the file off of the server
Delete Local and Remote Files
Context menu only
Delete the file off of the server in addition to the local copy
Sync Local -> Remote
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+y
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+y
Compare file modification times and confirm actions before uploading the selected file or folder. This will also delete files off of the remote server that do not exist locally.
Sync Remote -> Local
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+d
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+d
Compare file modification times and confirm actions before downloading the selected file or folder. This will also delete files off of the local machine that do not exist remotely.
Sync Both Directions
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+b
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+b
Compare file modification times and confirm actions before uploading/downloading the selected file or folder. This will never delete files, and will always perform the action that causes the newest file to be present in both locations.
Monitor File
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+m
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+m
Watch the file for modifications (from Sublime or other applications). When the file modification time changes, the file will be uploaded. This was designed to be used with programs such as LiveReload and CSS compliers. The file must remain open in Sublime to be monitored. Once it is closed, monitoring stops.
Browse Remote
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+w
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+w
Open the server quick panel browser at the remote folder corresponding to the selected file or folder

Server Workflow

Setup Server
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+r+s
OS X: ctrl+cmd+r+s
Setup a new server.
Browse Server
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+r+b
OS X: ctrl+cmd+r+b
List the servers, with an option to setup a new one.
Last Server
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+r+n
OS X: ctrl+cmd+r+n
Show the current directory listing for the last used server.
Edit Server
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+r+e
OS X: ctrl+cmd+r+e
List the servers for the purpose of editing.
Delete Server
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+r+d
OS X: ctrl+cmd+r+d
List the servers for the purpose of deletion.

Both Workflows

Show SFTP Panel
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+s
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+s
Show the SFTP activity panel
Cancel
Win/Linux: ctrl+alt+u+x
OS X: ctrl+cmd+u+x
Stop the current SFTP/FTP server activity (connection, upload or download)

All keyboard shortcuts can be customized by going to the Preferences > Package Settings > SFTP menu and selecting Key Bindings – Default. Shortcuts to be customized should be copied into Key Bindings – User and customized there. This will prevent updates from overriding the customizations.