mike wrote:From what I can tell, doing \someD only works when you are attempting to match a subdirectory.
So, with a folder hierarchy appearing in Sublime as "tests\functional", I can type "\func", and it will correctly match. However, if you try "\tes", it will NOT match anything (i.e. the 'tests\' directory). If that could work, I think this would solve my problem (i.e. I am too lazy to have to type out the full 'controllers\' from the original example).
This is why it wasn't working for me. '\inc' doesn't work for me but I can filter the css folder in the includes folder by typing '\cs'.
vim wrote:one option i use is to add name:
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<mount name="\src" dir="./src" exclude=".git*"/>
This works but it seems kind of messy. It essentially makes the root of the project one level up and excludes anything else that's there.