I developed a bundle I called "Navigator" for TM 1.5 that does that. Actually it does a lot more. Among others it implements a position stack with push/pop position, navigation within the stack, and coupled with its symbol tagging system it allows for an automatic call/return type of navigation to the symbol under the caret. If required it will open documents as needed. It also implements the function of project and global named bookmarks and navigation.
I haven't had the time to update it to 2.0 but I should be working on it soon. Another problem to migrate it to TM 2.0 is that TMTOOLS is not supported anymore and I used it for precise positioning when documents have changed since the position was saved.
Anyway, of you are patient I believe it could help you.
On 22 sept. 2014, at 16:09, Matt Neuburg email@example.com wrote:
I have a feature suggestion. I've thought about this for years but it has only just occurred to me to say something about it.
As you know, I use TextMate to write books. Big books with big chapters. So it often happens that I edit a chapter, then jump to an earlier / later bit of that same chapter to make some change entailed by what I was just writing. Now I want to "go back" to where I was before.
That's the suggestion. TextMate should _automatically_ maintain "bookmarks" for the location of the two most recent edit locations (places where I actually typed or deleted text). Thus, I could use the bookmarks feature to jump back to where I was before.
Just an idea. (A really great idea!) m.
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