I've just started using the Command-T plugin for vim, and it rocks. In case you haven't heard of it, it allows you to type something like this:
to select Something.hs-boot from the list
src/project/Control/Whatever/Foobs.hs src/project/Control/Whatever/Something.hs-boot src/project/Control/Whatever/Something.hs
And so on.
I was wondering if I could use a similar autocompletion style with zsh. I understand that the shell completion couldn't be nearly as extensive as the vim completion because the shell complition probably shouldn't be searching the entire system every time you type a letter, but is there some sort of similar completion where I could at least type
and get an effect similar to the one above?
I've heard that zsh has a pretty well-programmable autocomplete functionality, but my shell-fu is fairly weak.
Anybody know how to set this up?