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I am frequently diving through many layers of directory hierarchies (thanks, Java) to find files named like this…

java/test/com/company/thing/test/testy/testier/testier/Tester.java

The main issue that I have is that TAB-completion in find-file only completes one directory at a time, meaning that I may have to press TAB 5 times to get through the first few layers of the hierarchy, where each directory contains only one subdirectory and nothing more (e.g. com/ contains only company/, company/ contains only thing/), etc.

Is there any package that modifies TAB-completion with standard Emacs commands, including find-file, so that multiple directories will be "greedily" autocompleted when they contain only one subdirectory?

I'm aware of Projectile, and know that it has a similar feature, but I'm hoping to find something standalone and minimal that just solves this one issue.

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