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Re: netrw's hide not working?

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  • Maciej Kalisiak
    ... I found a solution so I ll post here in case others run into it later. The problem got solved for me by getting and installing v100 version of the netrw
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 6, 2006
      On 04/07/06, Maciej Kalisiak <mkalisiak@...> wrote:
      > I'm using Vim 7 under WinXP, and the standard plugin "netrw" v98.
      >
      > According to the help docs I can limit the directory browser display
      > to files which match a pattern. For example, I should be able to set
      > the pattern using <C-h>, provide a pattern such as ".*\.txt", and then
      > hit <a> two times to cycle to "show only pattern-matching files". Yet
      > no matter what pattern I provide it seems to never match any files,
      > with "hide pattern files" not hiding anything, and "show pattern
      > files" showing nothing. I've tried even simple patterns like ".*a.*",
      > or "*a*" in case shell wildcards were being used, but nothing. Am I
      > misunderstanding something or is this a bug.

      I found a solution so I'll post here in case others run into it later.
      The problem got solved for me by getting and installing v100 version
      of the netrw plugin from www.vim.org. Go here:
      http://vim.sourceforge.net/scripts/script.php?script_id=1075
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