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neovim-fuzzy Fuzzy file finding for neovim, via fzy. : https://github.com/jhawthorn/fzy . Rationale To my knowledge, fzy delivers the best results out of all fuzzy finders, including fzf, ctrl-p, command-t and unite. This is due to the advanced scoring algorithm. : https://github.com/jhawthorn/fzy/blob/master/ALGORITHM.md . Requirements * neovim >= 0.1.5 * fzy * rg or ag >= 0.33.0 : https://github.com/BurntSushi/ripgrep : http://geoff.greer.fm/ag/ . Installation Install `fzy` via your package manager, or check https://github.com/jhawthorn/fzy for instructions. If you're using vim-plug, add this to your vimrc: Plug 'cloudhead/neovim-fuzzy' You can also copy the contents of this directory into your .vim folder. . Usage Add something like this to your vimrc: nnoremap <C-p> :FuzzyOpen<CR> Then hit <Ctrl-P> to open the finder. Hit <Enter> to jump to the selected file and <Esc> to close the pane. You may also navigate the file list with <Ctrl-N> and <Ctrl-P>. See the fzy documentation for the full list of key bindings. When no input is given, fuzzy shows the alternate buffer (also known as '#'), followed by other open buffers, followed by all other files. Fuzzy also lets you search within files, via the :FuzzyGrep command. You can use it on its own, or pass it an expression to search.