One fun function is `semantic-complete-self-insert' which you can bind
to '.' to force completion when you press .
For the summary, the key routine is `semantic-ia-show-summary' which
is a simplified version of what the idle summary shows. Idle summary
shows keywords, and if the analyzer gets lost, does a brute force
search through the tag database. The ia routine just shows a summary
of what the analyzer can find. You can bind that to a key.
Extending the ia function to include keywords or other answers would
be a fairly easy task if someone wanted to take it on.
I just checked in some minor changes to the analyzer and semantic-ia
to make them more consistent with the idle summary, but that isn't
necessary to get the functionality I talked about above.
>>> =?ISO-8859-15?Q?Nathan_H=FCsken?= <cedet@...> seems to think that:
>The Idle function does the following:
>-If it can, it does smart-completion.
>-If it knows, it shows me some information about the tag where I am.
>Very Cool! But it annoys me, that I have to wait for it. It would be
>much nicer, if I can start the described process by hand. I can start
>smart-completion by hand, but not as described above.
>Can I somehow do it? Could I somehow start the idle function by hand?
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