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The br-skip-dir-regexps variable is a list of regular expressions which match directory names that the OO-Browser will not descend when scanning source code trees. By default, it skips RCS, SCCS and Eiffel .E subdirectories.
The br-file-dir-regexp variable is a regular expression that matches to file and directory names that the OO-Browser should scan. Any others, including those matched by br-skip-dir-regexps, are ignored.
The following hook variables are supplied as a means of customizing the startup procedure of the OO-Browser. Set them as you would any other Emacs Lisp hook variables in your personal initialization file. They all do nothing by default.
If you want a set of actions to occur each time after the OO-Browser is invoked, attach them to br-mode-hook. After br-mode-hook is evaluated, a language-specific hook is also run, for the setup of language-specific options associated with the current Environment. The names of these hooks are as follows:
Finally, if you want a set of actions to occur each time after a new browser listing buffer is created, set br-class-list-hook.
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