I have a big version-controlled directory hosting a lot of half-independent bodies of work. I want to consider them all as projects for projectile.
So I added an empty
.projectile file in each of them, with the idea that projectile would pick that up instead of the
So the situation is like this
~/main-directory/ -> .git -> project1/ -> .projectile -> file1 -> file2 -> project2/ -> .projectile -> file1 -> file2
But if I open
~/main-directory/project2/file1 and call
projectile-add-known-project, it considers the whole
main-directory as one project. In particular, completion matches files with the same name in all subdirectories...
I have tried
(setq projectile-project-root-files-bottom-up (delete ".projectile" projectile-project-root-files-bottom-up)), but it did not help.
Is there a simple way of telling projectile that the
main-directory is not to be considered a project?