A good thought.
I think there are several "do-something-other-window" type functions
out there. The senator feature, and `semantic-ia-fast-jump' should
probably follow whatever the regular Emacs model for it is.
If such a feature already exists, I didn't write it. Using those
types of features isn't in my finger-memory when I hack in Emacs.
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>>> <klaus.berndl@...> seems to think that:
>this function works great, at least with elisp - others i have not =
>But: IMHO it would great if there would be a similar command =
>senator-complete-display which would not perform a switch-to-buffer but =
>instead a call of display-buffer, so the definition of the tag would =
>only displayed in another window but not jumped to that. IMHO it is =
>often sufficient to take a look to the tag-definition...
>What do you think - maybe an optional argument JUST-DISPLAY for the =
>command senator-complete-jump which does exactly this?!
>Thoughts? Or have i overlooked something and there is already a =
>mechanism for that what i want?
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