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display-definition: preference variable

Default value: 1

In C/C++/Java/Perl buffers, among others, Epsilon can display the name of the current function, subroutine, class, or structure on a buffer's mode line, or in the title bar of Epsilon's window. Set this variable to 2 if you want Epsilon to use the title bar if possible. Versions of Epsilon that can't set the title bar will instead use the mode line. Set this variable to 1 if you want to use the mode line regardless. Or set this variable to 0 to disable this feature. You can modify the mode-format variable to position the name within the mode line.

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Defining Language Modes (Primitives)



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