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With ECB you can "browse" in your source-files like with a web-browser. This means ECB stores the current buffer- and window-position relative to the current token1 in the edit-window after
ECB offers two commands
ecb-nav-goto-next (C-c . n) and
ecb-nav-goto-previous (C-c . p) to go forward and
backward within this navigation history-list. These commands are also
available via the menu "ECB -> Navigate".
Aside normal "location-browsing" this is useful for example in a
scenario where the buffer is narrowed to a token (see
Now you will edit at the same place in the function.
e.g. a method, a variable or any other semantic token