Often I search for a file using ripgrep and then open one of the matches in vim. Yesterday I decided to make this process more convenient and went looking for a solution. I found a good one named rg2vim using ripgrep for finding the file and peco for filtering the results but the script published at https://github.com/BurntSushi/ripgrep/issues/304 was for the bash shell.
So here is a fish version which also has the benefit of not opening vim when you ctrl-c out of peco.
function vrg set EX_CMD ( set FL 0 while read -d : -l fn ln line if test $FL = "0" printf "e %s" "$fn" set FL 1 else printf "|tabnew %s" "$fn" end printf "|silent :%d" "$ln" end < (rg -n "$argv" | peco --select-1 | psub) ) if test -n "$EX_CMD" vim -c "$EX_CMD" end end