>>>>> "e" == eric writes:
e> Alex Ott <alexott@...> seems to think that:
> "DP" == Dejan Pangercic writes:
DP> a)is there a way to jump to the function/class definition from where
DP> the function/class is used in the code stack? I thought
DP> "semantic-analyze-proto-impl-toggle" would do a job, but I get "Could
DP> not find suitable prototype" message back.
>> M-x semantic-symref function do this job
e> The Symref tool can find references to a symbol. If you want to jump
e> from a reference to the definition, then you can use
e> `semantic-ia-fast-jump' (C++ or any complex symbol) or you can use
e> `semantic-complete-jump' (C-c , J) for global symbols, or if you aren't
e> sure of the origins and want to use TAB to brows all the possibilities.
I wrong understood sentence, that he wants to find calls to functions in
the code. The both jump commands are described in my article
With best wishes, Alex Ott, MBA