while coding in vim I use often special comment to denote section of the file. For example in C it is
//;; some title 1 //;; some title 2
I have also configured a shortcut to print with a global command (g/.../p) all such entries in the file.
The output print looks like
16 //;; some title 1 32 //;; some title 2
then I just type
: and the line number to jump directly to the line.
Although I am quite satisfied with it, it would be much faster If i could navigate in this list like a mini buffer and then select the entry.
As I use fzf in vim I was thinking about creating a vim list to input to fzf. However the idea got much harder to implement as expected.
Is there some easier way to do it?