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find-linked-file

Grab the file name on this line and edit it.  Ctrl-X Ctrl-L

Look on the current line for a file name, and edit that file like the find-file command. Epsilon uses special rules for certain modes. For HTML mode it looks for href= and src= attributes. For CSS it looks for @import directives. For C/C++/Java mode it follows #include references via the include-directories variable. In Java files it understands the package and import keywords, and looks along the CLASSPATH for packages. For files with a .lst extension, it assumes the current line holds a file name, instead of searching for a pattern that matches a typical file name. You can highlight a file name first if Epsilon has trouble picking it out.

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