>>> pclouds <pclouds@...> seems to think that:
>When i visit a C file, i would like to load all semantic cache of
>included headers. Can i do that?
The semantic 2.0 database search routines are being developed with
this feature. As such, it will only load them if you first try to
>I set semanticdb-default-save-directory to "~/.semantic". It's like this:
>,----[ ls ~/.semantic ]
>It store all files in a directory to a cache file. I would like to
>have it store in separate cache files. If you know a way to do that,
>please tell me.
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You want each file to have it's own cache file in that directory?
Hmmm, nifty idea. I'll have to think about that one. At the moment,
there is no configuration to do that. It makes sense in that a
Makefile could be used to refresh the system.
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