On Tuesday, May 29, 2012 9:38:16 PM UTC-5, stevenfrog wrote:
> I use taglist() to get a tag list. Then I did some filter, just leave
> some useful one like this:
> let tttlist = taglist("^List$")
> let newtttlist = 
> for item in tttlist
> if item['kind'] == 'i' || item['kind'] == 'c'
> call add(newtttlist, item)
> echo newtttlist
> But how to show them like :tag and :ptag in vim?
I don't understand what you're trying to achieve.
Assuming your taglist contains tags named "List" your code will echo them to the screen. Which tag do you wish to jump to? If you have the tag name in a variable, like tag_i_want_to_jump_to, you can jump to it with something like:
:exec "tag" tag_i_want_to_jump_to
If you want to do something else, please try to tell us SPECIFICALLY what you are trying to do, what you tried, what you expected to happen, and what happened instead.