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el-fast-filelist.el

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el-fast-filelist.el --- Fast file access for given folder

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1. About
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Useful when you'd like to have handy access to files in specific folder.
I personally use it to access cheatsheets on variuos subjects.
Let's say I need to remind myself how to configure gradient background in css,
(thing I've noted before). With help of this script I open my cheatsheet file
with  "<prefix> c" and typing "css".

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2. Installation
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Put following projects (see my page on github) within your load path:
el-kit into 'el-kit' folder
el-index into 'el-index' folder

Put `el-fast-filelist' project into 'el-fast-filelist' folder in your load path

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3. Usage
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3.1 Initialization
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(require 'el-fast-filelist/el-fast-filelist)

Configure access to desired folder:

(el-fast-filelist "~/Documents/org/" (kbd "C-;"))

Function can take also optional third argument which is association list of
options:

extension - Take into account files only with this extension. You don't need
	to provide it if this extension is most common for given folder, it will be
	automatically detected.

match - Additional regexp rule. If extension filter is not enough. You may
	provide regexp filter.

name - Name of index buffer. Defaults to directory name.

sort - Order in which files should be sorted. Default is sort by file access
	date.

prompt - Prompt text for ido open. Defaults to "Name : ".

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3.2 Interaction
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It's keyboard bindings, see HELP file

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