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Re: Do people use speedbar or similar



Good point, it's easy to overlook what is already built in in
Emacs.  Another built-in feature that I  use a lot, and that
often doesn't  get mentioned is "selective display"  Hit M-4 C-x$
to hide all code that is indented more than 4 columns.
>>>>> "Dmitri" == Dmitri Paduchikh <dpaduchikh@gmail.com> writes:
    Dmitri> For browsing code I often use the find-tag command
    Dmitri> (bound to the M-. key) and the etags utility.
    Dmitri> 
    Dmitri> ^D
    Dmitri> 
    Dmitri> Bart Bunting wrote:
    Dmitri> 
    BB> Hi,
    Dmitri> 
    BB> I know there are emacspeak customization's for speedbar
    BB> ido and a few others.
    Dmitri> 
    BB> What are people using when it comes to browsing source
    BB> code e.g. getting a list of functions in the current
    BB> file/project?
    Dmitri> 
    BB> Which of the packages are most up to date? If that is a
    BB> relevant question to ask.
    Dmitri> 
    BB> Kind regards
    Dmitri> 
    BB> Bart
    Dmitri> 
    Dmitri> -- With best regards Dmitri Paduchikh
    Dmitri> 
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--raman

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