Switching workspace using DartEditor

DartEditor always uses the ~/.DartEditor workspace location, as it can be seen in the .ini file in the -data parameter. This becomes a pain when you have a lot of active projects as loading projects is a pain.
You can however use a specific directory by overriding the option in the command line. This allows having projects and dependencies ready to use:

Examples:

DartEditor -data ~/workspaces/myproject1
DartEditor -data ~/workspaces/myproject2

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