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If you didn't like the previous "trick" that's fine. Maybe you prefer the good old ctrl+r. Me? If I'm going to do an interactive search, I rather use fzf. With fzf we get these scripts, key-bindings.*sh in particular enables a history search with a better user experience than the old ctrl+r. Sadly there are too many ways to enable this (some depend on your OS) so if you want it, better go look for the method... - Source: dev.to / 1 day ago
I generally prefer keeping my system clean and tidy and control file locations as much as possible. That's why I've downloaded a standalone binary version of fzf and just dropped it to /usr/local/bin. So far so good - it works okay from the terminal as a regular Linux command and... that's it basically. - Source: Reddit / 10 days ago
Https://github.com/junegunn/fzf you are welcome. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
Fzf is an external program that can make interactive menus (I guess is a good way of explaining it). You don’t technically need it but it’s handy to have: https://github.com/junegunn/fzf. - Source: Reddit / 17 days ago
Readline proved to be more flexible that what it seems at first sight. Some not so well known functions (specially rl_getc_function) allows you to take full control of everything (or almost everything) happening while typing in the command line: after successfully implementing auto-suggestions and basic syntax highlighting, I've managed to implement an alternative TAB completion mechanism based on FZF, the command... - Source: Reddit / 18 days ago
A while ago there was a post on this sub about a plugin called wilder.nvim which looks absolutely awesome. Wilder seems super configurable and it's README has a bunch of different suggested configurations. However, it is designed to work with both Vim and Neovim, but does have a config for Neovim, but it depends on kinda odd plugins like cpsm (which uses ctrlp.vim) as well as fzy. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
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