Member Buffers ************** "Member buffers" are used to operate on lists of members of a class. Ebrowse distinguishes six kinds of lists: * Instance variables (normal member variables); * Instance functions (normal member functions); * Static variables; * Static member functions; * Friend functions; * Types (`enum's and `typedef's defined with class scope. Nested classes will be shown in the class tree like normal classes. Like tree buffers, member buffers install their own major mode. Also like in tree buffers, menus are provided for certain areas in the buffer: members, classes, and the buffer itself.
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