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As in the title. It would be usefull to have, for example, a tool like Executor or launchy, but with command-T fuzzy matching.

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Doesn't Launchy (and, AFAIK, all the others) already use fuzzy matching? That's why you get free our okapis.ppt and foo.c when you type foo. – romainl Aug 3 '12 at 6:37
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Are you talking about using it with Vim for Windows? If so, Command-T works there too. Another plugin that works is Ctrl-P.

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When I wrote that, I had forgotten Command-T requires Ruby and DevKit; so there are some additional hurdles on Windows. – echristopherson Aug 6 '12 at 14:13
ctrl-p also doesn't require vim to be compiled with ruby/py flags which makes it better for the default OS X implemented Vim/Windows – Braden Sep 2 '12 at 17:34

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