Let's say I have my directory/file tree as follows:
/ |_home |_myPC |_script.sh |_test.sh |_etc |_log.txt
I'm working on
script.sh and Vim has nothing like
firejail to stop it from accessing stuff.
So far, I'm able to, with ctrlp, auto-complete with stuff already in
script.sh. However, when I type
cat ~/t and use
<C-p> (with ctrlp), I want it to auto-complete to
cat ~/test.sh or offer that. However, ctrlp alone only seems to access stuff already in
How can I make Vim auto-complete with the system file tree? Is there a plugin for that?