eldruida (name??) wrote:
> 1- Well, I do tags from /usr/include/stdio.h. with option --c-kind=+p
> 2- Then, I load them into vim and run omni.
> 3- When, I run omni with C-x C-o after function to view function
> prototypes, it doesn't run.
> 4- But, if I execute omni with an function, and which its name begin
> with identical words than other function, but less words, it show the
> Here a example:
> //--- If I search prototype of putc, omni can show:
> C-x C-o of putc
> putc p extern int @@ (int __c, FILE *__stream); -
> putc_unlocked p extern int @@ (int __c, FILE *__stream); -
> putchar p extern int @@ (int __c); - /usr/include/stdio.h
> putchar_unlocked p extern int @@ (int __c); - /usr/include/stdio.h
> //--- But if I search prototype of printf, which is a function that
> hasn't matches, omni don't show any popup:
> It says, in the bottom: -- Omni completion (^O^N^P) The only match.
> This problem is a bug?.
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