gpicker is a program that allows you to quickly and conveniently pick file in a (possibly very large) project. You type significant letters of file name (typically from the start of words) and gpicker provides you with a list of files you most likely mean to pick. The program filters and orders project's list of files in real-time as you type.
It was inspired by class finding facility of IntelliJ IDEA and 'Command-T' feature of TextMate, but it's in many ways much better. It is language-agnostic and supports matching directory names too.
It is usable as a standalone program, but it was created to be used by editors/IDEs. Currently only Emacs intergration is provided. See comments on top of gpicker.el for installation notes.
To place 'correct' matches on top gpicker uses sophisticated scori
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