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138366Re: ctags: how to search through results of tag finding

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  • Marcin Szamotulski
    Jul 3, 2013
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      On 10:01 Wed 03 Jul , Jacek Czaja wrote:
      > Hello,
      >
      > Quite often I come across an issue that when I locate some tag from Vim I'm
      > given few dozen of results. Even That I have tags generated for my C++ code
      > base still I have plenty of results and It took a time to pick the one I
      > think is proper. So I want to search through results and so far I
      > redirected ex output into register
      > then I pasted register's content into current buffer and searched through
      > it and then I undone pasting and chose proper option from my results list.
      > Is there a better solution to do that? I'm using fuzzy finder plugin as
      > part of my vim config and I would expect it to have something like that but
      > I wasn't able to find
      > such an functionality. Please advice.
      >
      > Regards,
      > Jacek
      >
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      Hi,

      There is :tselect command, and you can use command completion for
      example c_CTRL-D (:help c^d) might be useful. You can also mix it with
      a wildcard:
      :tag *aaa^d

      Best regards,
      Marcin

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