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find-linked-file-ignores-angles: preference variable

Default value: 0

If this variable is nonzero, the find-linked-file command treats the <> notation in a #include directive found in a C/C++/Java buffer the same as the "" notation. That is, Epsilon searches in the original file's directory for the included file, before looking in other directories. If this variable is zero, then only #include directives that use the "" notation will cause Epsilon to search locally.



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