A fuzzy file, tag, recently used files finder plugin for the vim editor, which makes my day so more easy.
I use to use the Command-T plugin, but found CTRLP.vim on The Changelog. The Command-T plugin is a quite more simple than CTRLP.vim, and needs ruby to be installed. But the major reason for changing is that CTRLP.vim is more advanced, and the features is:
- Full support for Vim’s regexp as search pattern.
- Built-in Most Recently Used (MRU) files monitoring and search.
- Built-in root directory finder.
- Open multiple files at once.
- Create new files and directories.
- Execute Ex-commands on an opening file (jump to a line, a string or do
- Optional cross-sessions caching and history allow for fast initialization.
- Mappings and usage conform to Vim’s conventions.