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|Description||Interactive Do MiniBuffer Enhancement|
|Author||name of author|
|Part of Emacs||yes|
Ido - Interactively do things is a very convenient way to find files and switch buffers.
(ido-mode) (ido-everywhere 1)
- Move to next ido suggestion.
- Move to previous ido suggestion.
Enable Fuzzy Matching
(setq ido-enable-flex-matching t)
(setq ido-case-fold t)
If Recentf is enabled, you can use [C-x b] (or M-x ido-switch-buffer) to visit recently closed files by enabling virtual buffers:
(setq ido-use-virtual-buffers t)
Ido's default behavior when there is no matching file in the current directory is to look in recent working directories. If you prefer to limit [C-x C-f] (or M-x ido-find-file) to the current directory you can disable this auto-merge behavior:
(setq ido-auto-merge-work-directories-length -1) ;; disable auto-merge
You can still look in other working directories explicitly with.
Directory Caching on Windows
On Windows operating systems it can be unreliable to cache directory listings: the directory may not appear to be modified even though files have been added or removed. Ido caches directory listings by default, which may cause confusion on Windows. You can disable caching:
(when (equal system-type 'windows-nt) (setq ido-max-dir-file-cache 0)) ; caching unreliable