Wait... You don't need to change your key layout....
Hold down the control key and click the variable or function. It should take
you to the variable declaration or function definition.
ALT & left arrow will take you back to where you were.
CTRL & SHIFT & L brings up the list of hotkeys that are available.
On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 10:03 AM, K Wilson <kwilson...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Window->Preferences->General ->Keys
> All the key bindings are listed there, and you can add your own.
> Look for 'Open Declaration', you'll see it is bound to F3.
> If you select the declaration in an editor and right-click, you'll see a
> menu of choices
> and key-bindings as well.
> Eclipse has a good built-in help system, Help->search is frequently useful.
> If this
> is your first not-Emacs IDE, consider spending a little time with the
> On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 3:15 AM, Nagasrinivas Pinjala
>> I was able to import the source files I wanted to. But the problem is I am
>> not able to do a search for an unknown parameters, for example I am going
>> through the contents of a file and I come across a parameter like
>> "uart0_query_length" which has been defined in some other file. How to jump
>> to the file in which that parameter has been defined ? Do I need to turn on
>> some option or something ?
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