1\ Added one user interface variable named g:SrcExpl_jumpKey, which can be mapped to jump into the exact definition context, "<ENTER>" as default. 2\ Delete one user interface variable named g:SrcExpl_refreshKey, because it is almost not be used actually according to feedbacks from users. 3\ Added the protect mechanism when running multiple tab pages. 4\ Avoid additional refresh operation when the cursor had jumped into the definition context. 5\ Fixed a bug that setting a error mark on the [Jump List] line without judgement.
New feature: Local definition searching and preview using the interface of 'gd' command in VIM. Note that this is not guaranteed to work, the Source Explorer does not check the syntax for now, it only searches for a match with the keyword according to the command 'gd' when you enable the new variable named g:SrcExpl_searchLocalDef. Improvement: Reimplement the jump mechannism when going back from the preview context using the mark stack with 'A-Z' (26 depth actually). It is more accurate than using the 'Ctrl-o' command.
Update the mechanism and process when the Source Explorer work with other plugins, such as Taglist, NERD tree, etc. Of course, you must tell the Source Explorer what plugins are using the split windows according to a new MMI setting: g:SrcExpl_pluginList
In this version, I add a prompt line which contain the tag name and its counts when we do the multi-definition searching. A bug about folding in VIM is fixed. In srcexpl.vim, I desrcibed that how the Source Explorer works with the Taglist and the MiniBufExplorer on my platform.
In version 2.4, the srcexpl plugin should work more stable and more efficient than before. Firstly, I implemented the method of getting tags list without traversaling the 'tags' file. So parsing and showing the tags of whole project is more quickly, espacially in a large project. (e.g. The size of tags file in "Linux-2.4.0" is 19 MBytes which including more than 248000 lines data.) Secondly, it is more accurate to find the symbol definition because of the regular expression. Finally, I handled a potential problem of deleting buffers, and it may become a bug when changing the tags list in WIN32 platform.
In this version(V2.2), I added a feature, which supported 'tags' file auto-updateing when you open the Source Explorer every time. And if the tags file were not found, the Source Explorer would create one in the current directory according your choice. Besides, I fixed a bug of tags file loading on the mac OS X running enviorment. Thank Larry and Maqi for their freebacks and suggestions. :-)
In this version, I implemented the method to do the recursion for searching the 'tags' file from the current directory to the root directory. In addition, the mechanism for vim version inspection is added. Finally, I rewrote the function named g:SrcExpl_OtherPluginAdapter() in order to adapt the privious postion of the editor window when using the Taglist and MiniBufExpl Plugins.
Added an important feature, that is, multi-definitions list and explore. When the symbol under the cursor is defined in several places, the Source Explorer window will list them one by one. You can select one of them by a double-click or a <Enter> key onto the exact line, and then we jump to the place that match the definition. This feature is so important that you can only use one hand ( the one using the mouse :-) ) to explore the source code conveniently, and avoid the number selection when tagging a mulit-definition by <Left-Mouse> or <Ctrl-]>.
Inthis version(v1.1), I added the following features 1\ add the 'SrcExplGoBack' item in popup menu when you click right button of your mouse. You will see that when you use srcexpl.vim for exploring the source code. 2\ add an interface for users who want to map their own key for do the 'SrcExplGoBack' function. 3\ 'SrcExplGoBack' is such a feature that it make user go back from 'definition contexts' in editor. When you click the 'SrcExplGoBack' item, it jump the privious place which your have explored just now.