When jumping to a tag it seems that ":" are ignored for the purpose of "under the cursor" (I'm assuming it's "word" "under the cursor"). For example if I want to jump to
I want proper Node definition to be identified (I did run ctags with +q), rather than the plethora of system library nodes I have tagged.
I thought I worked around this using
vnoremap ak <ESC>?[^a-zA-Z0-9:_]<CR>lv/[^a-zA-Z0-9:_]<CR>h
so I could easily mark the full qualifier when I'm on top of it, then
g] work nicely.
Unfortunately it seems the
ctrl-w commands ignore the mark, and still use only "Node" in the above example for the matching.
<ctrl-w> <ctrl-]> to work as expected when the full qualifier is marked. Even better, I would like to change the definition of "under the cursor" or "word", or the used text object to include ":" (this will probably only annoy in Python anyway) so I won't even need my mapping. Is this possible, and if so, how?