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Old 04-28-2007, 11:13 AM   #1
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Programming C++ in emacs - auto complete

1 - I'm coding a C++ program in emacs, and i would like to have the auto-complete in editor. The auto-complete option that I'm referring is like jde-complete option existing in JDEE, and not the dabbrev-expand option(M-/) existing in emacs by default.

For example:

#include <list>

void find(list<object> *l)
  list<object>::iterator iter;
  for(iter = list.<cursor here>

and in the cursor position, i'll run a command like jde-complete, and it will appear all the functions calls related to the list. For example, the function begin.

Is this possible?

Old 04-29-2007, 07:40 PM   #2
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I think cedet is what you're looking for.


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