71218Re: User defined action after jumping to a tag...
- Jun 14, 2013On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 1:17 PM, Gary Johnson <garyjohn@...> wrote:
> On 2013-05-31, John Szakmeister wrote:Sorry it's taken me a while to get back to this. Thank you for the
>> One issue I've run into a few times is that when jumping to a tag, I'd
>> really like to center the line in the middle of the screen after
>> jumping. The problem is that I also want to be able to use the
>> taglist functionality, and I'd like this to work when plugins jump to
>> tags for me (like CtrlP). I've resorted to patching plugins to add
>> the `zz` where I need it, but it seems like Vim should offer a way for
>> users to control this in general.
>> If you agree, is there an acceptable approach? I know adding
>> autocommands is generally frowned upon because of the issues that come
>> with them. Is there some other mechanism that would work better?
>> Perhaps assigning a function, similar to indentexpr, and then invoking
>> it after jumping?
> I like the idea of a post-jump expression, as long as the user has
> control over the types of jumps the function applies to, an option
> along the lines of 'foldopen'.
suggestion. I'll look into this a little more.
> I generally like the way Vim adjusts the screen after a jump:Hmm. I actually don't like the same screen jumps avoiding the scroll,
> short, on-screen jumps don't scroll; long jumps center the cursor.
> I usually don't like it, though, when the jump puts the cursor on
> the first or last line of the screen. I want a little context for
> that line.
but I could live with that. What I've noticed is that using CtrlP and
jumping to a tag tends to put my cursor all over the place when
jumping to another buffer. I wonder if that's because the tag is
within the visible data at that point, so Vim doesn't scroll? I'll
have to investigate that more.
> 'scrolloff' is not the solution. I want to be able to move theSame here.
> cursor to those top and bottom lines.
> I've written a function that scrolls the screen if certain jumpsGood point. Thanks for the example!
> that I've mapped (e.g., n and N) put the cursor too close to the top
> or bottom of the screen. It works very well, but it would be nice
> if I could easily apply it to other jumps such as initial cscope and
> tags jumps as well.
> I do not want that adjustment to occur after a % jump, though. I
> often use % to get as much of a block on-screen as I can. But other
> users might want that adjustment for %, so control over the kinds of
> jumps that use post-jump adjustment is important.
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