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  • I wrote: > Hey Scott, > > > When I put cursor on "Derived1::func();", SmartTag takes me to the > > implementation of Derived2::func(). ie 2 lines above the cursor. Which > > is a bit strange cos that must mean that the search finds the *last* > > occurance of the search pattern. > > I tried this and it worked for me, going straight to Derived1::func(). Oops, I should have tested...
    Robert Webb Nov 25, 2011
  • Hey Scott, > I'm trying to debug another anomaly, but Vim crashes when I call > SmartTag#SmartTag("debug"). I haven't looked into this, but I presume that any crash is a bug in vim itself rather than my plugin (or at worst, they both have a bug). Rob. -- Robert Webb , MineSweeper3D - Take Minesweeper to a whole new dimension. http://www.software3d.com/Mines3D -- You received this...
    Robert Webb Nov 25, 2011
  • Hey Scott, > When I put cursor on "Derived1::func();", SmartTag takes me to the > implementation of Derived2::func(). ie 2 lines above the cursor. Which > is a bit strange cos that must mean that the search finds the *last* > occurance of the search pattern. I tried this and it worked for me, going straight to Derived1::func(). By the way, pasting tags files into an email really...
    Robert Webb Nov 25, 2011
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  • Hi Scott, > I'm trying to setup SmartTag. The plugin appears to load ok, however > when I put my cursor on "method" on the text "Class::method", it does > not detect the right class. When I show debug info it says: "Type: T". > > What do I need to do to get SmartTag working with such a simple case? I would have to see the full context. I use it all the time and it works well for...
    Robert Webb Nov 23, 2011
  • Bram wrote: > Ben Schmidt wrote: > > > Does this have some documentation with it? How will anybody find out > > about it if not? > > I didn't include it in the patch: > > The "edit with existing Vim" entries can be enabled by adding an > entry in the > registry under HKLM\Software\Vim\Gvim, named > DisableEditWithExisting, and with > any value. Even so, few people will know it's...
    Robert Webb Jul 22, 2011
  • Marc Weber wrote: > I couldn't resist: > > I used github because it works best and fastest for me: > > http://github.com/MarcWeber/SmartTag > > I also moved code and renamed SmartTag to SmartTag#SmartTag You forgot to add SmartTag# to the SmartTagFunc() function for use with 'tagfunc', to the test script, and in the docs. I've done that and made a few other changes. I put some of...
    Robert Webb May 24, 2010
  • Lech Lorens wrote: > > However, there's no reason to use 'tagfunc' for ^P/^N anyway. All > > we want there is tag names, and no need to disambiguate tags of the > > same name, so regardless, ^P/^N shouldn't use 'tagfunc'. Using > > tagfunc will also slow it down since all tags files are looked at > > rather than one at a time. > > In another email I have already responded to this...
    Robert Webb May 24, 2010
  • Hey Lech, > > I noticed some problems myself now when using ^P and ^N in insert mode. > > Sometimes if you break completion before it's found all results it seems to > > cause problems. These commands don't need to disambiguate tags though, and > > should really just use the default tags mechanism, not 'tagfunc'. Lech, > > can you fix that? > > Strange. I'll try to look into it...
    Robert Webb May 20, 2010
  • Marc Weber wrote: > I couldn't resist: > > I used github because it works best and fastest for me: > > http://github.com/MarcWeber/SmartTag > > I also moved code and renamed SmartTag to SmartTag#SmartTag What does the # do? Is that like a namespace or something? > When enabling tagfunc by setting to SmartTag or SmartTag#SmartTag should > tjump show only one match as well? This didn...
    Robert Webb May 19, 2010
  • Attached is a new version of my SmartTag script, which attempts to improve C/C++ tagging in a few ways: - Try to resolve ambiguous tags - Tag to operators - Tag with cursor on "delete" to jump to destructor - Tag to local variables (not defined in tags file) - NEW: Tag to labels from goto statements Can integrate with vim's tag mechanism using Lech Loren's 'tagfunc' patch. New...
    Robert Webb May 11, 2010