A keyboard-driven file browser focused on navigating from an open file to files nearby.
This plugin is inspired by the vim plugins netrw and vim-vinegar. It allows for navigation from the directory containing the current file to any other file using keyboard controls.
This plugin works with both local projects and remote projects via nuclide.
quick-file-browser:browse-active-file-directory activates the
file browser in the directory of the current file. This command is unbound by
default. If using
vim-mode-plus, the following entry in
bind the activation command to the
- key in normal mode.
"atom-text-editor.vim-mode-plus.normal-mode": "-": "quick-file-browser:browse-active-file-directory"
The default controls for the file browser dialog:
j/k/Ctrl-f/Ctrl-b- Move selection down/up/down-20/up-20.
Down/Up/PageDown/PageUp- Alternate keys to move selection.
Esc- Close the browser.
Enter- Enter the selected directory or open the file.
-- Go up to parent directory.
/- Start entering search regex.
n/N- Search forwards/backwards.
When entering a search regex:
Enter- Finish and go to first matching entry.
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