elpa-find-file-in-project

quick access to project files in Emacs

Description

This program provides a methods for quickly finding any file in a project. It defaults to GNU Find, but can also use fd-find, or its built-in Emacs Lisp method. Find-file-in-project prefers Ivy for candidate selection, but can be configured to use Ido Mode.

By default, FFIP will search for files in a local Git, Subversion, or Mercurial repository. FFIP uses TRAMP to find files in remote repositories, and claims this is "flawlessly" supported.

Features:

  * Fast! Tested with projects that have 50,000+ files
  * Find's behaviour can be tweaked using ffip-find-options
  * Smart. For keyword "helloWorld", "HelloWorld.html",
    "hello-world.css", and "HelloWorld.js" are searched
  * Enhances diff-mode with more convenient patch-handling, including
    diff creation, application, finding the file associated with a given
    hunk, and jumping to the section relevant to that hunk
  * No configuration required. Find-file-in-project works out-of-the-box

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Homepage

https://github.com/technomancy/find-file-in-project


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