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fasd for neovim

Project description

Autocomplete nvim recent files in command line


Install the python package

pip install nfasd

Add the following line in your ~/.bashrc

eval "$(register-python-argcomplete-menu nfasd)"

# use TAB to cycle through all possible matches
# optional but highly recommended
[[ $- = *i* ]] && bind TAB:menu-complete

Alternatively, if you use zsh, add the following to ~/.zshrc

eval "$(register-python-argcomplete-menu nfasd)"
# stop shell from beeping for every complete
# optional but highly recommended

For fish shell, you need to install

pip install argcomplete
register-python-argcomplete --shell fish > ~/.config/fish/


Add the following to ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc

alias n='nfasd -e nvim'
alias ny='nfasd -e nyaovim'

Then you can press n myPro<tab> to get n ~/myProject

-e specifies which executable to open the file

If you want to exclude certain file patterns, use the –exclude option, e.g.

alias n=`nfasd -e nvim --exclude tmp`


1.0 for python3

0.19 for python2


To increase the number of recent files to 1000, add the following line to your ~/.config/nvim/init.vim

set shada=!,'1000,<50,s10,h

Special Thanks

fasd : the awesome command line tool

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