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Re: Do you like hierachical or flat view for directory structure ?

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  • mikeyao
    On Mar 4, 10:58 pm, Charles Campbell ... Yes, i got the tree by netrw. What s the different with NERDTree. I haven t compared
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      On Mar 4, 10:58 pm, Charles Campbell <Charles.E.Campb...@...>
      wrote:
      > mikeyao wrote:
      > > I like hierachical view. It's easy to navigate. So I used NERDTree.
      > > These days i tried remote edit via ssh. The only way is netrw and i
      > > access files and directory succefully. But netrw can't view as
      > > hierachical and NERDTree can't get remote directory.
      >
      > > So, I vote two questions:
      > > 1. merge NERDTree and netrw
      > > 2. NERDTree in core
      >
      > Put the following line in your .vimrc:
      >
      > let g:netrw_liststyle = 3           " 0=thin 1=long 2=wide 3=tree
      >
      > That way netrw will do its listing using the tree format.  The "thin"
      > listing style is default because that is what its vim v6.x predecessor
      > did (ie. backwards compatibility).
      >
      > Regards,
      > Chip Campbell

      Yes, i got the tree by netrw.

      What's the different with NERDTree. I haven't compared two plugins.
      Did they overlap some functions except remote accessing.

      My goal is obtained a way to navigate source code tree from server and
      local easily.

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