Re: How to get a nice vertical list of open buffers (ordered by mru) that I can easily navigate to by typing drill down?
- On Sun, Dec 26, 2010 at 7:34 PM, Rick R <rickcr@...> wrote:
> I'm having trouble finding what I use in my Java IDEs all the time:I like FuzzyFinder (FufBuffer of FufMruFile is about what you want).
> - A quick popup of my open buffers listed by most recently used and can be
> cut back by me just starting to type the name of the file, or I can navigate
> by arrows to the file I want
> How do I get this behavior in vim? The closest I've come is wildMenu but
> that's really lame when you have a ton of buffers open - since it lists them
> horizontally and most will just say "unamed" until you tab to them.
> I use Command-T all the time which I love but that's for all files in my
> project whether the file is an open buffer or not. Sometimes I like to view
> and switch easily between only my current buffers.
> The regular most recently used plugin "mru" is nice but that ends up
> including global files used from any vim session (which isn't what I want in
> this case when working on a project.)
> Do I need to try the bufmru or lustyExplorer plugins?
Has a nice fuzzy interface (auto-regex or not to user taste), can find
lots of things besides buffers (files, tags, etc.) with
uniform-as-possible interface and you can easily write callbacks to
find whatever you want. Super nice.
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