Been using RubyMine for a bit now and overall it's a cool product. I have one thing that I use in my vim setup a lot that I miss.
There may be something similar around so I thought I'd start this discussion to see if there's tricks I don't know about, or
suggest it as a new feature.
The feature I'm looking for is something similar to the vim add-on called fuzzyfinder_textmate described here: http://weblog.jamisbuck.org/2008/10/10/coming-home-to-vim
The code is available at github: http://github.com/jamis/fuzzyfinder_textmate (one needs a version of fuzzyfinder.vim from late 2008, newer versions are not compatible).
What it provides is the ability to press a keyboard shortcut and start typing fragments of a file name. It will filter possible matches and rank them in a smart way.
So say I have a partial named "sidebar" for a controller called "Worklog". I'd hit my keyboard shortcut and type "wor sid" and it would most likely be the best match and I
could hit enter to navigate to the file. It also understands directory structure and "/" intelligently so stuff like "a/v/foo" matches app/views/myfoobar
Is there something similar around? It's a real productivity booster so I'd be very keen on getting something like it incorporated into rubymine.