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browse-mode

Source code browsing interface.

Epsilon provides an interface to source code browsing data generated by Microsoft compilers, using a buffer in Browse mode. See the browse-symbol command to create a Browse mode buffer.

In Browse mode, pressing <Enter>, <Space>, or "e", or double-clicking, displays the item mentioned on the current line; the exact behavior depends on the line's contents. If the line refers to a specific source file name and line number, Epsilon goes to that file and line, in the current window if there's only one window, or in another window if there's more than one.

If the current line refers to a different symbol, in the uses or used-by section of the listing, Epsilon displays the Browse data for that symbol, replacing the current symbol. Press L to return to the previous symbol, moving back in symbol history. Press Ctrl-U L to display the symbol history and select a previous symbol to display.

For lines in the heading section of the Browse display, Browse mode prompts for a new setting for the item displayed on that line.



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