One of the biggest pain points for folks like me that switched to Vim from TextMate has been a good way to find and open files within a project. The Command-T plugin has kept me mostly happy, even though it requires running Vim compiled with Ruby support.
Installation with Janus couldn’t be simpler, just add the line to your
vim_plugin_task "ctrlp", "https://github.com/kien/ctrlp.vim.git"
and install with
Once you’ve installed the plugin and reloaded Vim, you can invoke with
:CtrlP. Just type your search query and watch how fast you can find and open files in your project. See the README for details on changing key mappings, using RegEx-based searches, and advanced usage.