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May 09, 2010, 14:26

Silly comments, this plugin *is* useful because:
- it switches back and forth between header/c file
- it does so automatically for several extension pairs (not only .c/.h), plus if you have for instance a C++ file, it looks for both a .h file and a .hpp file (or .hh, and all those conventions are indeed in use)
- plus, using the alternate file works only if you are editing two files at a time, which is *not* my case, I'm often navigating over big projects and my alternate file is rarely the current .h/.cc counterpart

So please commenters, while showing how part of these features can be accomplished without the plugin is a usefult contribution, don't bash it if you don't know what you are talking about :)

Great series btw.

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