* New setting 'place_cursor_only' (boolean) enables placing the cursor in front of the symbol instead of selecting it. * This is especially useful when using Vintage, because the selection entered visual mode when navigating in command mode, now it will stay in command mode.
* '^' + pattern[:-5] + '$' <- How is this supposed to find anything useful? So look_from will be -1 or total crap and view.find will start searching from the beginning or totally off and match forward declarations first because the $ (in find_source call) was missing. * follow_tag_path returns None if tag path could not be followed, so we can react properly. * What we really want is the symbol, not the ex_command, btw the ex_command could be a line number. * If the ex_command is a line number, the view.line(look_from+1) rescued the wrong view.find(tag.ex_command..) call. This is not needed anymore. * r"(?:[^_]|$)" was added to avoid selecting the first part in e.g.: 'type_t type;' when searching for type. Probably that's not a perfect solution. Hopefully there is no impact on other languages, but at least it seems to work for C and Ruby.