Is there any plan for implementing such a feature??? I have massive "legacy code" that I did not wrote, but have to maintain... Such a feature could be of great help in my case...
Not in the near future. Cross-referencing Perl code is very tricky in general.
Actually - I fownd one perl module - that do it - but it is integrated into emacs... And - I am not emacs frick... But principally - as much as I understand - such functionality is implemented already by some Guy... Question is - how difficalt it is to inegrate to E-P-I-C
A bit vague, aren't you?
I spoke about : http://search.cpan.org/src/SEANO/Sepia-0.96_02/Sepia.html
I succeed to run it with one of my small projects... But - since - I am not emacs freak - it does not help me too much...
I just came across B::Xref http://search.cpan.org/~tty/kurila-1.11_0/ext/B/B/Xref.pm , which seems to be relevant.
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