>>> Jan Moringen <jan.moringen@...> seems to think that:
>I really like the new semantic include decoration. It is great to see
>whether the include path is set up correctly. However, the function
>semantic-decoration-include-visit does not work for me (at least when
>used in C++ source - the only thing I tried). I looked at it a bit, and
>I think the problem is that semantic-go-to-tag simply goes to the
>include tag itself, not the file referred to by the include. I changed
>the function to work for me and added simple error handling since it is
>interactive. Please let me know whether my change makes sense.
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Thanks for the patch, and for pointing out that bug.
semantic-go-to-tag used to automatically move through include tags to
what they pointed at, but I had removed that recently because there
was no utility to go to the #include statement. I then replaced most
locations that depended on it the other way, and apparently missed
While looking into this, I discovered a couple inconsistencies in
include tag use, so I tried to tidy that up too. I checked my changes
Eric Ludlam: eric@...
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