>>> "Berndl, Klaus" <klaus.berndl@...> seems to think that:
>>Hmm, are references important too? Just asking, because references are
>>not recognised but simply ignored, I think.
>AFAIK references are recognized and the information is even stored in the
>semantic-tokens but no output-function of semantic displays refs - the output-
>functions of semantic (and therefore also ECB) ignore currently refs.
>Is this right, Eric?
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That is right. C overrides very few of the token->text functions
because the default ones make C like output. Things that were too
esoteric I just left out. I opted for C like output in the defaults
because when you compile non-C languages into .o files, if you use nm,
gdb, and whatnot, the printed representation is usually C also.
I think I may challenge this idea, and perhaps suggest that C/C++
define more of these functions in the figure, and perhaps the
defaults should have many complicated C syntax parts removed.
(In the trunk, not v1p4, of course)
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