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Re: finding files not visited

From: Jeffrey Spencer
Subject: Re: finding files not visited
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2011 06:50:04 +1000
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I use ido-mode also and was wondering how to do this. It seems to not search through sub-directories. Is it redefining a function or is it already implemented and just needs enabled.


On 15/09/11 02:34, Andrea Crotti wrote:
On 09/14/2011 04:27 PM, suvayu ali wrote:
Try ido-mode for files. But a word of caution, if any of the
directories have too many (~100s) files or sub-directories and are
remote (as in you are remote editing with tramp) emacs might become
extremely slow trying to find completions.

I already use ido-mode, but it doesn't recurse in the subdirectories (at least not by default).

I don't see any variable to customize for that, am I blind?

I like the dired solution, and for example I can set up some dir-local-variable setting the right switches, for example it's a good idea to filter hidden directories (like .git or .bzr).

I'll give finally a try also to anything

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