|0.4.0||Dec 4, 2019|
|0.3.0||Nov 30, 2019|
|0.2.3||Nov 23, 2019|
chosen=$(ls | naru) echo the user chose $chosen
To achieve this
/dev/tty is used for user interaction and
stdout for the result.
naru shows its results directly below the cursor position (scrolling the screen upward if necessary). This allows it to be used with editor plugins.
naru keybindings are configurable and it has a unique feature: it allows you to select multiple matches.
The configuration file uses the
toml format, here is an example showing the defaults:
[window] height = 0 [bindings] c-j = "select-next" c-k = "select-prev"
window.height, positive numbers specify the height in lines, 0 means "full height" and the negative number
full_height - n.
Using with neovim-fuzzy
let g:fuzzy_executable = 'naru'