>>> Dan Debertin <airboss@...> seems to think that:
>Is there a way to turn off the frobs that semantic adds to Imenu? I'd
>like to get Imenu back to a) only displaying one file's worth of tokens,
>and b) only displaying defuns/functions/methods, not types, variables,
>etc. In short, the old, pre-semantic imenu. None of the semantic-imenu
>customize knobs seem to do what I want.
>(setq semantic-load-turn-everything-on t)
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If you look in the "Senator" menu, you will see an "imenu config"
item, and the one you want to turn off is "list other files" whose
variable is `semantic-imenu-index-directory'. You can also turn off
binning within a file with the imenu config menu entry "bin tokens by
type" or the variable `semantic-imenu-bucketize-file'. There are
many `semantic-imenu-*' variables you can use to tweak how that menu
looks. If the menu doesn't change right away, you may need to use
the command "M-x bovinate RET" to give it a kick.
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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