With this Atom package, fuzzy finder will not give the current active editor as the first match.
For example, you have a project with HTML and JS files named the same but the
file extension, e.g.
project-marking.js. It makes
sense to find these files by typing
projmar into fuzzy finder. However, fuzzy
finder puts the
.js file first, so if the
.js file is currently open, you
open fuzzy finder, type
projmar, then pressing enter would just take you where
you already are.
You should be able to open fuzzy finder, type
projmar, press enter, and be in
the other file that you know matches.
This package is a quick hack that implements this change. Every time fuzzy finder filters, this package checks that if we have more than one match, the first one shouldn't be the current open buffer – if it is, it switches the first two matches.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.