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I have a very large project and generally I work on multiple related projects simultaneously. While switching project I have to type full name everytime (multiple similar named files under different directories) to open a buffer which was already opened earlier as helm-projectile-find-files doesn't show already opened buffers. How do I make projectile-project-switch-action to display and filter both project open buffers and rest of the project matches.

When I was using spacemacs I remember having this kind of behavior. I use prelude now.

Eg: project p1 has pp1, pp2, pp3 ... Project a1 has aa1, aa2, aa3... Project x1 has xx1, xx2, xx3...

Now assume I have 2 windows win1 and win2. In win1 I have pp1 opened and in win2 aa1 is opened Now I switch to project x1 in win1 and open file xx1 Now after viewing the file I try to switch back to project p1 in win1. After selecting project from projectile-switch-project projectile list me with all the files of p1 - pp1, pp2, pp3... to select a file and open it. Now since I have already opened pp1 earlier if I could see a list of open buffers along with project files I could save some time.

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Have you tried helm-projectile-switch-to-buffer?

  • How about a reference, or an explanation of how that answers the question? Otherwise, consider changing this to a comment. – Drew Apr 5 '17 at 0:19
  • that is what I use when I'm inside the project. It will show only open buffers. But it will not help me while switching the project. – Pavan Apr 5 '17 at 8:59
  • I don't understand what you mean. Can you update the question w/ an example (e.g. project P1 with files foo, bar, baz, project P2 with files foo, quux, and so on? – Tianxiang Xiong Apr 5 '17 at 17:57
  • Added an example. – Pavan Apr 5 '17 at 18:25

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