Make Netrw behave more like NERDTree →

This is nice read for using something more native to Vim. Quite early into my editor transition I found out that it had a native file explorer called Netrw, but I didn’t particularly like it it’s default state so I started to use a plugin called NERDTree instead. It’s great but it’s nice that a more native solution can solve the problem too. I’ve also started using a fuzzy finder plugin, CtrlP, more and more lately but I still like to have a “project visualizer” of some sort and I think that Netrw will fit that quite nicely. I also added these to my .vimrc file:

let g:netrw_liststyle = 3
let g:netrw_list_hide = '.git,.sass-cache,.jpg,.png,.svg'

The liststyle option makes it lists all file and folders in a more tree-like structure vill the hide options just hides the selected filetypes and folders.

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