Diablo-D3:irc you wrote about how fzf works on earlier vim8.
Psi-Jack:Well, that works on some of my systems, not all. LOL
Psi-Jack:Though, hmmm, vim 8.2.2039 is in Factory, current TW has 8.2.1975
Psi-Jack:Ahh, hmmm, Apparently it was pulled back. Interesting, okay then.
Psi-Jack:Oh well, hopefully it gets fixed sooner than later. I really prefer fzf over ctrlp, denite, leaderf, unite, etc. It's just freakishly fast and versatile, and I've been using fzf many places.
Diablo-D3:everyones like HURR CTRLP SLOW CAUSE VIM SCRIPT
Diablo-D3:and Im like
Diablo-D3:I can run this on a fucking 486 and its fast
Diablo-D3:what the fuck are you assholes doing
Psi-Jack:It... gets... slow....
Diablo-D3:the hard part isnt the grepping shit
Diablo-D3:like, lets say I do ctrlp on tags
Diablo-D3:the generation of the tags is what costed the time
Diablo-D3:and thats not ran by ctrlp, thats ran by ctags etc
Diablo-D3:and spacevim actually has the ctags shit rolled right
Psi-Jack:But, for files. That's where ctrlp has a slow pain point. :)
Diablo-D3:prefers global over straight ctags if you have global
Psi-Jack:Because it generates that, on the fly, every time.
Diablo-D3:I mean, where I use ctrlp, no
Psi-Jack:But, I mean, I've use fzf in more than vim itself. Sometimes I'll even use it to decide what to open into vim directly, like: vim -o
fzf, then literally type what I'm looking for.
Psi-Jack:Out of a directort structure with 60,000 files.
Diablo-D3:you can do that?
Diablo-D3:I mean, at that point, why not replace your shell's tab complete with fzf
Psi-Jack:I partiallyd o.
Diablo-D3:no I mean like
Diablo-D3:Ive seen that plugin in omz
Psi-Jack:I, I mean, I literally partially do.
Psi-Jack:Alternatively, you can use \y to yank to the clipboard, and \p to paste from the clipboard.
Psi-Jack:Though, that's POSSIBLY going to be the PRIMARY clipboard, depending. (the one where you "paste" by middle-clicking where to paste to).
Psi-Jack:Or, the specific one, it would re-download that one, and such.