*flisttree.txt*	Flist Tree				May 08, 2013

Authors:  Charles E. Campbell  <cec@NgrOyphSon.gPsfAc.nMasa.gov>
	  (remove NOSPAM from Dr. Campbell's email before using)
Copyright: (c) 2004-2013 by Charles E. Campbell		*flisttree-copyright*
           The VIM LICENSE applies to flisttree.vim and flisttree.txt
           (see |copyright|) except use "flisttree" instead of "Vim"
	   No warranty, express or implied.  Use At-Your-Own-Risk.

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1. Contents						*flisttree-contents*

	1. Contents...................................: |flisttree-contents|
	2. Flist Tree Manual..........................: |flisttree|

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2. Flist Tree Manual					*flisttree*
							*flisttree-manual*

    :FlistTree [filename(s)]  Will (re)generate a <tags> file using the
                              the program in the variable g:flist_tags.
                              Will analyze the file(s) with flist -Tg -asx
                              to generate the graphical function-usage
                              tree.  To override the -asx option, use
                              g:flist_options.

    On GraphTree side:~
    <cr>                      use tags to go to associated function in source
    <2-leftmouse>             use tags to go to associated function in source

    <c-up>                    go upwards   to the next function at the same calling level
    <c-down>                  go downwards to the next function at the same calling level
    <s-up>                    go upwards   one line in FlistTree
    <s-down>                  go downwards one line in FlistTree
    <m-up>                    go up   to containing     function in FlistTree
    <m-down>                  go down to next contained function in FlistTree

    \[[                       same as <c-up>
    \]]                       same as <c-down>
    \[^                       same as <s-up>
    \]v                       same as <s-down>

    On Source side:~
    \[[                       same as <c-up>
    \]]                       same as <c-down>

    (see |g:FlistTree_hasmapto| for availability of following maps)
    <c-up>                    go upwards   to the next function at the same calling level
    <c-down>                  go downwards to the next function at the same calling level
    <s-up>                    go upwards   one line in FlistTree
    <s-down>                  go downwards one line in FlistTree
    <m-up>                    go up   to containing     function in FlistTree
    <m-down>                  go down to next contained function in FlistTree

  g:DrChipTopLvlMenu:         by default its "DrChip"; you may set this to
                              whatever you like in your <.vimrc>.  This
                              variable controls where DrawIt's menu items
                              are placed.

  *g:FlistTree_hasmapto*      The ctrl-up/down and shift-up/down arrows are
                              mapped for FlistTree's use if:

                              * g:FlistTree_hasmapto does not exist or is zero
                                (unconditionally mapped)
                              * g:FlistTree_hasmapto exists and is one and the
                                control/shift up/down keys are not otherwise
                                mapped (conditionally mapped)

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3. History						*flisttree-history*

	 9 : Jan  2, 2008	: v9b was released to my website
	     Oct 20, 2010	: v9c using glob() instead of expand, so things
				  like  :FlistTree *.c   will work properly

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