CtrlP extension for fuzzy-search in tag matches.
May be used instead of
:tselect for IDE-like
Goto declaration functionality,
which jumps to the declaration in case of one match, and shows quick-search window in case of multiple matches.
Two vim commands are created by this plugin:
CtrlPtjump- go to declaration of the identifier supplied as an argument, if not use the word under cursor
CtrlPtjumpVisual- go to declaration of the visual selected text
- CtrlP should be installed
- Tags should already work with
:tjumpcommands. More information on that here.
Use your favorite method (I prefer Vundle)
(Optional) Create mapping
nnoremap <c-]> :CtrlPtjump<cr> vnoremap <c-]> :CtrlPtjumpVisual<cr>
- Move cursor to the Class/Method usage in your code
c-](if you have created mapping) or just execute
:CtrlPtjumpVisualin visual mode) in the command line.
Or provide the symbol as an argument:
It is possible to configure shortener for filenames, that will be displayed in
CtrlP window. In the example below, RegExp
'/home/.*/gems/' will be
substituted by string
'.../'. This may be useful if filename (with path) of
generated tag is long and you want to make it shorter.
let g:ctrlp_tjump_shortener = ['/home/.*/gems/', '.../']
If there is only one tag found, it is possible to open it without opening CtrlP window:
let g:ctrlp_tjump_only_silent = 1
The tag name itself takes valuable screen estate and can be disabled by:
let g:ctrlp_tjump_skip_tag_name = 1
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Added some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request