Semantic pushes locations to the global mark ring, so you can use
pop-global-mark to go backward.
Alternately, you can use global-semantic-mru-bookmark-mode. In this
mode, you can use C-x B (a capital B) and the prompt has M-p populated
with the names of all the places you've been recently. Thus:
C-x B RET
brings you back to the last spot, but
C-x B M-p M-p M-p RET
will bring you back 4 spots, with names so you know where you might have
On 07/25/2010 12:57 PM, Oleksandr Gavenko wrote:
> My question about multi project TAGS
> was followed me to 'semantic'.
> It is great soft but I can not find
> ability back to original place like 'pop-tag-mark'
> command for TAGS after command:
> C-c , J semantic-complete-jump
> C-c , j semantic-complete-jump-local
> I ask this in emacs.help:
> Andrea Crotti wrote that he use C-x b RET for
> returning from "C-c , J".
> But if in visited by "C-c , J" file I also make jump
> to definition this trick don't back me into original
> Visual Studio, NetBeans, Eclipce, IAR Embedded Workbench
> and many other IDE remember all jumps and allow
> browse backward/forward like Firefox/Opera/Chrome
> for links.
> Really no one need this feature or it implemented?