As I've been mentioning, I'm working on a Trigger.io project. Things have been going great except one thing. It copies files around the project directory as you build your project for multiple platforms. Here is what NERDTree looks like in my Vim.
▸ app/ <-- My AngularJS app files ▸ bin/ <-- Some scripts to help run other tasks ▾ development/ <-- Holds copies of the build src dir ▸ android/ <-- ....for android ▸ ios/ <-- ....and ios ▸ web/ <-- ....and the web ▸ node_modules/ <-- All the NodeJS bits I'm using ▸ release/ <-- Packaged apps for each platform ▸ src/ <-- My actual source files ▸ test/ <-- My Tests
So I care about three of those directories:
test. To some extent I care about
but the others I don't really care about. Now I don't use NERDTree that much. It's nice and useful, but
the more useful plugin for me is CtrlP.
CtrlP is awesome. I love it, but with 4 copies of my source, I'm constantly selecting the wrong version
of my file. I wanted to ignore them from both CtrlP and NERDTree, but I don't want to always ignore
development. Luckily my buddy turned me onto a possible solution; Per-project
There are plent of articles on the Google that will help you set it up, but here's what I did and is so far working great.
I added this to my
set exrc " enable per-directory .vimrc files set secure " disable unsafe commands in local .vimrc files
Then added this to my
.vimrc in the project directory:
let g:ctrlp_custom_ignore = '\v[\/](release|node_modules|development)$' " Ignores for CtrlP let NERDTreeIgnore=['development$', 'node_modules$', 'release$', '\.vim$', '\~$'] " Ignores for NERDTree
That's it. It works great. CtrlP is now always getting the right file and NERDTree has a lot less noise.