I recently started working with ember.js. It’s a nice framework, but, like most newish technologies, Vim support is minimal. So, as I usually do in such cases, I started working on some tools to help me out with navigation. Tim Pope’s projectionist helped a lot, but I wanted more, so I started building it up in what would later be published as ember_tools.
The biggest feature was the[...]
gfmapping (“go to file”), which was inspired by the one in vim-rails. Using
gfin a rails project almost always does “the right thing” for whatever you can think of. So, I poked around in that one, tried to figure out how it was implemented. In the process, I learned a few things and had a bunch of pretty good ideas, which I’ll talk about in this blog post.