Another function is `semantic-ia-fast-jump'. It won't ask any
questions, and will also attempt to find the implementation, not just
the declaration. Semantic-complete-jump is nice in that you can jump to
things with other names, and you can select between different hits of
the same name.
Alternately, after you land on a declaration, you can use
semantic-analyze-proto-impl-toggle to move from the prototype to the
implementation and back again. (That is what semantic-ia-fast-jump
uses.) This is not the most robust mechanism until most of your files
have been parsed into the semantic databases.
On Tue, 2009-06-02 at 02:59 -0700, Anand Dhanakshirur wrote:
> When i use "semantic-complete-jump" on a function usage,
> It goes the declaration of that function in a header file.(Some times).
> How to make it to go to the definition always.