> I had one more thought on this.
> 1) the highest priority is to find definitions in current directory
> or below this directory. But it seems we can do a little better. How about:
> a) highest prio is if the definition appears in the same file as where M-. is being done.
> b) 2nd highest would be other entries from other files at this directory level.
> c) 3rd highest would be any entries in subdirectory/subdirectories(?)
> d) start to move up on directory at a time as per rules prev. given for -N option.
> 2) And here is yet another "wild" idea. suppose you are looking for definition
> of method "foo()". THe "which-func-mode" can tell you that you are sitting
> in Class A::method bar(). In this case it seems that first choice would be
> if there is a Class A::method foo() since that is one most likely is being sought.
> However, this gets into having to deal w/ which-func-mode to learn more about
> where the point is. I think 1a) above may get us this indirectly.
It's a interesting idea.
However, we need to release a simple nearness sort version at first. The current
nearness sort is complicated enough. I would like to advance slowly with users.
Happily, your new idea seems to be upper compatible with the current spec.
What do you think?