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Plug 'junegunn/fzf.vim'
Plug 'junegunn/fzf.vim'
Plug 'airblade/vim-rooter'
Plug 'airblade/vim-rooter'
=== Configuration ===
=== Configuration ===
" This is the default extra key bindings
" This is the default extra key bindings
let g:fzf_action = {
let g:fzf_action = {

Revision as of 03:39, 22 February 2021

Install FZF, Ripgrep, Universal-ctags, Silver-searcher

First let's just install a bunch of awesome tools to help you search/find stuff

  • Mac
brew install fzf

# To install useful key bindings and fuzzy completion:

$(brew --prefix)/opt/fzf/install
brew install ripgrep
brew install --HEAD universal-ctags/universal-ctags/universal-ctags
brew install the_silver_searcher
brew install fd
  • Ubuntu (I think there's snaps for this stuff too)
sudo apt install fzf
sudo apt install ripgrep
sudo apt install universal-ctags
sudo apt install silversearcher-ag
sudo apt install fd-find
  • Arch
sudo pacman -S fzf
sudo pacman -S ripgrep
yay -S universal-ctags-git
sudo pacman -S the_silver_searcher
pacman -S fd

Plug FZF & vim-rooter into vim

Plug 'junegunn/fzf', { 'do': { -> fzf#install() } }
Plug 'junegunn/fzf.vim'
Plug 'airblade/vim-rooter'


</pre> " This is the default extra key bindings let g:fzf_action = {

 \ 'ctrl-t': 'tab split',
 \ 'ctrl-x': 'split',
 \ 'ctrl-v': 'vsplit' }

" Enable per-command history. " CTRL-N and CTRL-P will be automatically bound to next-history and " previous-history instead of down and up. If you don't like the change, " explicitly bind the keys to down and up in your $FZF_DEFAULT_OPTS. let g:fzf_history_dir = '~/.local/share/fzf-history' ​ map <C-f> :Files<CR> map <leader>b :Buffers<CR> nnoremap <leader>g :Rg<CR> nnoremap <leader>t :Tags<CR> nnoremap <leader>m :Marks<CR> ​

let g:fzf_tags_command = 'ctags -R' " Border color

let g:fzf_layout = {'up':'~90%', 'window': { 'width': 0.8, 'height': 0.8,'yoffset':0.5,'xoffset': 0.5, 'highlight': 'Todo', 'border': 'sharp' } } ​let $FZF_DEFAULT_OPTS = '--layout=reverse --info=inline'

let $FZF_DEFAULT_COMMAND="rg --files --hidden"

" Customize fzf colors to match your color scheme let g:fzf_colors = \ { 'fg': ['fg', 'Normal'],

 \ 'bg':      ['bg', 'Normal'],
 \ 'hl':      ['fg', 'Comment'],
 \ 'fg+':     ['fg', 'CursorLine', 'CursorColumn', 'Normal'],
 \ 'bg+':     ['bg', 'CursorLine', 'CursorColumn'],
 \ 'hl+':     ['fg', 'Statement'],
 \ 'info':    ['fg', 'PreProc'],
 \ 'border':  ['fg', 'Ignore'],
 \ 'prompt':  ['fg', 'Conditional'],
 \ 'pointer': ['fg', 'Exception'],
 \ 'marker':  ['fg', 'Keyword'],
 \ 'spinner': ['fg', 'Label'],
 \ 'header':  ['fg', 'Comment'] }

​ "Get Files command! -bang -nargs=? -complete=dir Files

   \ call fzf#vim#files(<q-args>, fzf#vim#with_preview({'options': ['--layout=reverse', '--info=inline']}), <bang>0)

" Get text in files with Rg command! -bang -nargs=* Rg

 \ call fzf#vim#grep(
 \   'rg --column --line-number --no-heading --color=always --smart-case '.shellescape(<q-args>), 1,
 \   fzf#vim#with_preview(), <bang>0)

" Ripgrep advanced function! RipgrepFzf(query, fullscreen)

 let command_fmt = 'rg --column --line-number --no-heading --color=always --smart-case %s || true'
 let initial_command = printf(command_fmt, shellescape(a:query))
 let reload_command = printf(command_fmt, '{q}')
 let spec = {'options': ['--phony', '--query', a:query, '--bind', 'change:reload:'.reload_command]}
 call fzf#vim#grep(initial_command, 1, fzf#vim#with_preview(spec), a:fullscreen)

endfunction ​ command! -nargs=* -bang RG call RipgrepFzf(<q-args>, <bang>0) ​ " Git grep command! -bang -nargs=* GGrep

 \ call fzf#vim#grep(
 \   'git grep --line-number '.shellescape(<q-args>), 0,
 \   fzf#vim#with_preview({'dir': systemlist('git rev-parse --show-toplevel')[0]}), <bang>0)


Links to the Great software found in the blog

Note on extra keybindings

Read more about keybindings here It is sufficient to source these files below in your bashrc or zshrc for completion and keybindings



Another note

From the Archwiki, commands to query packages and install them

sudo pacman -Fy # <- only run this once
pacman -Slq | fzf -m --preview 'cat <(pacman -Si {1}) <(pacman -Fl {1} | awk "{print \$2}")' | xargs -ro sudo pacman -S
yay -Slq | fzf -m --preview 'cat <(yay -Si {1}) <(yay -Fl {1} | awk "{print \$2}")' | xargs -ro  yay -S