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Re: A quick way of opening any file with given extension within a direct

From: Enselic
Subject: Re: A quick way of opening any file with given extension within a directory hierarchy?
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 11:31:29 -0700
User-agent: G2/1.0

On 5 Juni, 18:39, Enselic <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello
> I am wondering if this functionality has been written by someone.
> 1. I call func-i-look-for.
> 2. The mini buffer switches to "What file do you want?: "
> 3. When I start typing, there is a buffer that shows all files within
> a given directory hierarchy whose filenames start with what I have
> written.
> 4. I can cycle between available completions with C-n C-p (without
> messing up what I have written in the minibuffer) and <return> takes
> me to chosen buffer.
> Let's clarify with an example. I have the following source tree:
> root/file.cpp
> root/gtk/gtk.cpp
> root/msw/file2.cpp
> And call (after requred setup is made) func-i-look-for, then type "fi"
> I would now have file.cpp and file2.cpp listed in the buffer, and C-n
> <return> would get me to file2.cpp.
> Does anyone know if there is elisp code that does this somewhere?
> Thank you,
> - MartinNordholts

It works pretty well to just find-file the files needed, then use
excellent buffer selection facility that ido-mode provides.

Thanks for all replies

- Martin

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