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From: Eric M. Ludlam <eric@si...> - 2008-09-02 13:37:20
The function semantic-complete-inline-TAB is a keybinding when the
semantic-complete-analyze-inline system is active. Sadly, it is hard
to differentiate between such commands as there is only one level of
As it turns out, there are several ways to get inline completion
working through CEDET/Semantic. There is a completion key in the
senator minor-mode keymap (C-c , TAB). There is a function
semantic-complete-self-insert, which you can bind to "." if you like.
There is the idle-time completion you can enable from the senator
'modes' menu. There is `semantic-ia-complete-symbol'. Lastly, you
could enable speedbar analyzer mode, and click on completions from there.
You could also go to emacswiki, and get predictive-mode, tabkey2, or
company mode, which are all fancy completion tools that support a
level of smart completion from CEDET. I'd be quite excited if someone
updated emacswiki with the various alternatives. That's been on my
todo list for a while too.
This all assumes use of CEDET from CVS, as I haven't gotten a new
release out in quite a while. It's on my todo list.
>>> "=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Per_Nordl=F6w?=" <per.nordlow@...> seems to think that:
>What is the difference between semantic-complete-analyze-inline() and
>semantic-complete-inline-TAB()? Are the more alternatives for completion?
Eric Ludlam: eric@...
Siege: http://www.siege-engine.com Emacs: http://cedet.sourceforge.net