sponsor Vim development Vim logo go to HTTPS page Vim Book Ad

ctrlp-tjump : CtrlP extension for fuzzy-search in tag matches (tjump/tselect replacement)

 script karma  Rating 10/4, Downloaded by 553    Comments, bugs, improvements  Vim wiki

created by
Ivan Tkalin
script type
CtrlP extension for fuzzy-searching in tag matches. May be used instead of :tjump or :tselect for IDE-like Goto declaration functionality, which jumps to the declaration in case of one match, and shows quick-search window in case of multiple matches.

Two vim commands are created by this plugin:

* `CtrlPtjump` - go to declaration of the identifier under cursor
* `CtrlPtjumpVisual` - go to declaration of the visual selected text


1. CtrlP should be installed
2. Tags should already work with :tag, :tselect and :tjump commands.

1. Use your favorite method (I prefer Vundle)
2. (Optional) Create mappings:
nnoremap <c-]> :CtrlPtjump<cr>
vnoremap <c-]> :CtrlPtjumpVisual<cr>

1. Move cursor to the Class/Method usage in your code
2. Press c-] (if you have created mapping) or just execute :CtrlPtjump in the command line (or `:CtrlPtjumpVisual` in visual mode) in the command line.

Screenshot: https://github-camo.global.ssl.fastly.net/41125e06c9b55368d39d59c50ff136b5b6867a87/687474703a2f2f692e696d6775722e636f6d2f3155724d4f70642e706e67
install details
Unzip into your .vim directory or use Pathogen/Vundle

rate this script Life Changing Helpful Unfulfilling 
script versions (upload new version)

Click on the package to download.

package script version date Vim version user release notes
vim-ctrlp-tjump-0.2.0.zip 0.2.0 2014-07-06 7.4 Ivan Tkalin Support all CtrlP file open modes (current window, new tab, vertical split, horizontal split)
vim-ctrlp-tjump-0.1.0.tar.gz 0.1.0 2013-08-30 7.0 Ivan Tkalin Added CtrlPtjumpVisual command to go to declaration of the selected text. Bugfixes.
vim-ctrlp-tjump-0.0.1.tar.gz 0.0.1 2013-07-26 7.0 Ivan Tkalin Initial upload
ip used for rating:

If you have questions or remarks about this site, visit the vimonline development pages. Please use this site responsibly.
Questions about Vim should go to the maillist. Help Bram help Uganda.
SourceForge.net Logo