Tag stacking is described earlier in the section Tag Stacks. Besides moving back and forth among the tags you search for, you can choose among multiple matching tags. You can also do tag selection and window splitting with one command. The Vim ex mode commands for working with tags are provided in Table 14-1.
Edit the file containing
tagstring as defined in the tags file. The
Jump to the count’th newer entry in the tag stack.
Pop a cursor position off the stack, restoring the cursor to its previous position. If supplied, go to the count’th older entry.
Display the contents of the tag stack.
List the tags that match tagstring, using the information in the tags file(s). If no tagstring is given, the last tag name from the tag stack is used.
Jump to the count’th next matching tag (default is 1).
Jump to the count’th previous matching tag (default is 1).
Jump to the first matching tag. With count, jump to the count’th matching tag.
Jump to the last matching tag.
Normally, Vim shows you which matching tag out of how many ...