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I'm using (the fantastic) Ag, Silver Searcher, through (the fantastic) fzf.vim plugin. When I search for text, though, I don't want to see matches on file names.

For example,

:Ag finder

shows every line in every file that has the word finder in it, when all I want is the files that actually have the word finder in them.

  • How about --[no]filename? – Tuyen Pham Nov 15 '17 at 19:04
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To find files which contains some string, the :grep command is "for that". And I know it's quite slow.

For that purpose, I have added the :Find command to my .vimrc: (From this post)

command! -bang -nargs=* Find call fzf#vim#grep('rg --column --line-number --no-heading --fixed-strings --ignore-case --no-ignore --hidden --follow --glob "!.git/*" --color "always" '.shellescape(<q-args>), 1, <bang>0)

Note that with --fixed-strings we don't have to quote the string so we theoretically should just do :Find a string with space

By the way I am also using set grepprg=rg\ --vimgrep so instead of the original slow :grep or :Ag, I can use :grep finder to find files that contains the word "finder", powered by rg.

And use :Ag (or :FZF) to find files that has "finder" in their names.

Hope this helps.

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