I have one project which when running CtrlP 9 out of 10 times will display === NO ENTRIES === immediately before I type anything.
Has anyone experienced this before or know a way to troubleshoot this bug?
Really slows productivity within this one project.
Clearing the CtrlP cache didn’t resolve the issue.
My dotfiles can be found here; GitHub - notrab/dotfiles: My dotfiles ⚡️
I had this same issue for the longest time. A real productivity kill for sure.
In my case it turned out to be lines in my
.agignore file causing the behavior. I’m still unclear why, but I needed to change lines referencing nested directories to include a leading forward slash. e.g.,
I don’t see an
.agignore file in your dotfiles, so that may not be it. If nothing else, hopefully this will get you looking in the right direction.
Could it be this line? It looks like it plays with the starting directory for CtrlP.
let g:ctrlp_working_path_mode = 0
Hey @notrab I was having problems with CtrlP as well and I installed fzf … which is honestly the best fuzzy finder on earth… its a lot simpler to install than command-t and works better than CtrlP I would highly recommend it!
Thanks! Now it work fine.