Loving it so far! Saw it mentioned on reddit (reddit.com/r/programming/com ... ditor_for/), and decided to give it a whirl.
However, I can't really start using it as my go-to editor unless it gets the same fuzzy filename matching that TextMate has - for example, if I have a file named foo_bar.css, I can just type foobcss and it will match, but Sublime seems way more strict about it (requiring me to enter foo_bar, etc.)
Is there any way to config the matching via the API?
EDIT: actually, on trying it a bit more, I rescind that - you can totally type foobarrc and it will match. What it won't do (and what I'm used to doing) is foo bar (with a space in the middle taking the place of the underscore), which causes the match to fail. Perhaps the matcher can map spaces to common word delimiters (_,/,-,&, etc); even cooler would be breaking on CamelCase words but that's probably a lot to ask