Hmmm. I expend energy trying to throw away the prototypes to find the
implementation in many situations.
Fortunately, everything is available with the jump routine I showed
below. Using C-c , J will let your jump to anything that matches a
symbol name. If you press TAB when a symbol is "complete" or
ambiguous, it will show you where you would land for each symbol of
the same name.
Sadly, it is not as convenient as just pressing RET when it shows you
the nice default, but it ought to do what you want.
>>> =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Nathan_H=FCsken?= <ls@...> seems to think that:
>Is there also a way to jump to the declaration of the symbol only?
>Most of the time I am only interested in how the function/methode is
>declared and what comments are around the declaration?
>Eric M. Ludlam schrieb:
>>>>> jm@... seems to think that:
>>> Quoting "Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...>:
>>>> There are two jump routines bound to keys in senator. one is
>>>> C-c , j which is just in one file, and the other is C-c , J which will
>>>> jump across your project with a fancy completion thing to resolve many
>>>> tags with the same name.
>>> Ah here is my problem: the documentation gives all key bindings in upper case
>>> (so there is two C-C , J instead of a C-C , j and a C-C , J) and I didn't try
>>> with an uppercase J. While I'm sure I had tried with M-X
>>> semantic-complete-jump, it is possible that I did that only when my setup was
>>> not correct.
>> Uh, what documentation is that? It should be fixed.
>>>> I know some people use Semantic for some stuff, but still use ETAGS
>>>> or Cparse for jumping to symbols. There are different advantages to
>>>> each, and they do not conflict.
>>> Either I'm messed up the configuration or ETAGS find too often things which are
>>> not definitions. cscope crashes on my code base. And C-Parse homepage makes
>>> it look superseded by cedet; I'll try it if the above doesn't works well for
>> Sorry, I meant cscope. My fingers still type cparse apparently.
>> cparse is much slower than the new semantic stuff which does
>> supersede it.
>> There are some other tools that do this stuff also. Check out
>> emacswiki.org for more.
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