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Re: I'm looking for a project management system for Emacs

From: Jai Dayal
Subject: Re: I'm looking for a project management system for Emacs
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2014 14:24:57 -0400

Helm and flx are somethings I've been using to find files both in my
project and outside my project. They have great incremental fuzzy search.

I want to find main.cpp in project "project1"?

C-x C-f project1 main.cpp // it then lets me complete ~/project1/main.cpp

I want to find main.cpp in project "project2"?

C-x C-f project2 main.cpp // it then lets me complete ~/project2/main.cpp

It might take a second to work its way up the directory tree relative to
where you are, but helm and flx are great.

On Sat, Mar 29, 2014 at 2:21 PM, Marcin Borkowski <address@hidden>wrote:

> Dnia 2014-03-29, o godz. 08:22:55
> Drew Adams <address@hidden> napisaƂ(a):
> > > I'm looking for a project management system in Emacs...
> > Icicles offers several features that you can use in various ways to
> > support various definitions of projects and project management.
> > This page is a good starting point to info about some of these.  It
> > also points to info about using Dired and Emacs bookmarks for
> > project definition and management.
> >
> >
> Thanks!  From a quick glance I can see that Icicles is (are?)
> incompatible with Ido.  I'd like to ask "which is better", but this is
> probably not a good idea;), so let me ask: are there any people here
> who switched from Ido to Icicles?  If yes, why?  (I've been using Ido
> for only a few months now, but I find it indispensable.  OTOH, I
> probably use only a small fraction of its features.  And it is well
> possible that Icicles will give me all I need from Ido.)
> > Others will perhaps provide info about all-in-one predefined
> > approaches.  Icicles, Bookmark+, and Dired+ offer instead a
> > toolbox of features that you can put to use as you like.
> A toolbox of features to combine into a tailor-made solution is fine
> for me.  Especially that my requirements might not be exactly common
> (especially the scattering of the "project" files around many
> directories).
> > See also the EmacsWiki CategoryProject page, which is a table of
> > contents for the wiki pages about project-mgt support.  It is a
> > good starting place when thinking about defining projects and
> > your own project-management system:
> >
> >
> I've seen that page, and that's why I wrote here: I hoped for a
> positive number of answers taking into account /my/ requirements;).
> Regards,
> --
> Marcin Borkowski
> Adam Mickiewicz University

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