Currently, vim's jumplist keeps all jump marks, but I think the modern way is trim jump marks if necessary. For example:
Now insert mark 5, it will become:
But, if I want to jump back to mark 1, I need to press too many <C-o>,
so I make a path to change this. After insert mark 5, it will become:
I find another code in mark.c, so I enable it incidentally.
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