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Overview. Imenu produces menus for accessing locations in documents, typically
in the current buffer. You can access the locations using an ordinary menu ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... ImenuMode scans the buffer using RegularExpressions? specific to the buffer's
mode. You can then jump to any match using the resulting ...
Aug 20, 2014 ... WhichFuncMode is based on ImenuMode, so if it doesn't show correct current
function name (and mode supports imenu), try M-x imenu RET ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... ImenuMode: imenu.el is an Emacs library which returns also a list of tags of the
current buffer. Again different tag-format but in general a list of ...
Jan 7, 2011 ... ... define commands that let users make multiple choices from menus.
ImenuMode – Add buffer-specific menus to the menu-bar automatically.
Aug 24, 2013 ... ImenuMode – Move quickly among definitions of functions, macros, classes,
types, whatever. WhichFuncMode – Displays the current function ...
May 13, 2013 ... Check code for problems with elint.el; EmacsLispTracing – Trace code execution
with trace.el; ImenuMode – Jump to code definitions in the ...
... real major mode; ModeTutorial – a tutorial for mode writers; ImenuMode –
provide an index menu to the interesting parts in the buffer; Font-lock
Speedbar is another frame which displays information about the current buffer,
allowing you to better navigate your sources. In a way, it's similar to ImenuMode,
This was inspired by the old and sadly unsupported Oracle PL/SQL mode.
ImenuMode – has an example for SQL and PL/SQL support; SqlIndent (sql-
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