What you could do is open the directory the file is in and that'll display the
contents of that directory which you can browse.
This works in Vim 6, not sure about earlier versions.
Take a look at http://vim.sf.net/ for lots more good stuff!
On Tuesday 16 July 2002 11:10, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>> Anyway, the default bash completion is different, ie to complete the
> filename as far as it can without picking a file and then display a list of
> the files matching. I prefer this, particularly in dirs with lots of
>> Anyone know how to change this behaviour in vim? Am I right in assuming
> you must be able to?
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