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Do people use speedbar or similar



Haven't used speedbar in a long time. 

I use ido heavily -- it's the  fastest way to find files. If you
work heavily with git repos then use something like ftf or the
numerous similar packages (see elpa) for that.

For jumping to source code:  imenu is what I  use most heavily.
If you work with large Java codebases, then the ECB is worth the
effort   --- that is the only time I've used ECB. JDEE is a bear
to set up alas but can be worth it if you work exclusively in
Java. 


>>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting <bart@bunting.net.au> writes:
    Bart> Hi, I know there are emacspeak customization's for
    Bart> speedbar ido and a few others.
    Bart> 
    Bart> What are people using when it comes to browsing source
    Bart> code e.g. getting a list of functions in the current
    Bart> file/project?
    Bart> 
    Bart> Which of the packages are most up to date? If that is a
    Bart> relevant question to ask.
    Bart> 
    Bart> Kind regards
    Bart> 
    Bart> Bart --
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    Bart> Kind regards
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--raman

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