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Add counsel commands for jumping to files #609

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@justbur justbur commented Jul 30, 2016

  • counsel.el (counsel-file-jump): New command to jump to file in
    any sub directory
  • counsel.el (counsel-dired-jump): New command to jump to any sub
    directory
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@justbur justbur commented Jul 30, 2016

These are pretty basic right now, but they work well for me

* counsel.el (counsel-file-jump): New command to jump to file in
  any sub directory
* counsel.el (counsel-dired-jump): New command to jump to any sub
  directory
@justbur justbur force-pushed the justbur:jump branch to b3ca5e3 Jul 30, 2016
@abo-abo abo-abo merged commit b3ca5e3 into abo-abo:master Jul 30, 2016
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@abo-abo abo-abo commented Jul 30, 2016

Thanks. It's quite similar to find-file-in-project though, which I prefer to use.

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@abo-abo abo-abo commented Jul 30, 2016

Also, have a look at my 2 subsequent commits, I've updated your functions a bit.

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@justbur justbur commented Jul 30, 2016

I wanted something that doesn't depend on being in a project, and for how simple this is it's surprisingly quick for me still.

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