QuickName : The most convenient way navigating opened buffers, incremental search by name
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|The most convenient way to navigate currently opened buffers.
Default hot key is F3.
Initially, QuickName display the full list of opened buffers in a compact way (multi-column) inside command area. As you type, QuickName narrows the list to only buffers with matched name. Hit <Enter> to open selected buffer. Hit <Esc> or hot key (default F3) again to close QuickName.
When QuickName is active, arrow keys and backspace function as expected.
Matching rule: thefile.vim can be matched with any of thefil, thefi.vim, thfl.vm. Guess why!
Should QuickName integrate with QuickBuf, and how?
Any ideas and bug reports, please send to email@example.com.
|Put qname.vim in plugin directory, or source it via Vim startup script.
To set QuickName hot key to <key>, put this line in your Vim startup script:
let g:qname_hotkey = "<key>"
By default, hot key is <F3>, as if in your startup script has the line:
let g:qname_hotkey = "<F3>"
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||ADD: <Tab> and <S-Tab> moves selection like <Up> and <Down>
ADD: Use <silent> mapping to keep cmdline clear
FIX: Catch interrupt (<C-C> or <Esc> keypress) and restore cmd line
FIX: Use case-sensitive string comparisons to afford immunity from
value of 'ignorecase'
FIX: Do not clobber contents of @y register
Thanks to Erik Falor for all above changes
||ADD: Key Shift+Enter open buffer in a new horizontally split window. Thanks to contribution by Salman Halim
ADD: Key Ctrl+U reset input line and show all buffers
FIX: If a buffer is already associated with a window, navigate to that window instead of opening in current window