It'd be great if Core Settings > Ignored Names accepted paths


#1

Use case:
I work with a CMS and I don’t want the admin theme showing up in Fuzzy Finder or the Tree View. The theme is named Ascent, so I can set ascent as one of the ignored names.

However, if I work on something that uses the name ascent, it won’t show up since it’s ignored. Setting a path to the admin theme would alleviate this problem.


#2

Yes !

Another example, in a rails application, I don’t want vendor/cache/whatever to be listed


#3

I might be crazy … but I could have sworn that they already did this?

@ProbablyCorey, @kevinsawicki am I imagining this? Does Ignored Names accept path-like globs too? Not just file-like globs?

Edit: Nope … I guess I was wrong:


#4

The fuzzy finder uses globs now for ignored names, the tree view needs to be updated to use it as well.


#5

Strange… I’m so sure it didn’t work earlier (and that there were no typos), but it does now. Like you said, Tree View doesn’t respect it, though.


#6

I’m not sure how I could weigh in on this the most, but it’s the one thing I’m still missing after moving from Sublime. Would love to have this feature!


#7

Agreed. This would be very nice.