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Re: Exploring a code base?

From: Dmitry Gutov
Subject: Re: Exploring a code base?
Date: Sat, 7 Nov 2020 21:23:38 +0200
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On 07.11.2020 17:52, Stefan Monnier wrote:
So, all that's needed, I think, is some way to be able to maintain
a stack/tree of annotated bookmarks, with a command to "add an element"
which can be used from any buffer, and then some way to view the tree
and modify it.

If it were some tree UI in a buffer with Xref-like interface, one could add branches automatically by specifying an Xref search to do (the results would be added as a branch to the current node), or clean up said branches automatically by re-running the associated search (when you have done all the renamings, the search would return nil, and the branch could be deleted, provided there are no subtrees).

This needs a lot of experimentation, though.

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