ffap) to recognise
-I command line options like
as may be found in a shell script, makefile, or compile log.-I/usr/include/some/dir
ffapworks already if there's a space after the
-Ibut with no space it will otherwise take the
Ito be part of the filename.
free software (free
as in freedom), published under the terms of the
GNU General Public
License (v3 or up).
Download version 1 here, or in my miscbits-el collection:
ffap-I-option.el(5k, and sig)
The sig file is an Gnu PG ascii armoured signature generated from my key.
See other ffap bits too.
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