You visit a tag by clicking with either the primary oder secondary
mouse-button (or by hitting RET or C-RET if using the
keyboard) onto a node in the Methods-tree-buffer of ECB. This simply
selects the “right” edit-window (depends if clicked with the primary
or secondary button, in how many windows the edit-area is splitted and
the value of
ecb-mouse-click-destination) and puts the point
onto the first line of the clicked tag.
But you can define if after this “basic” tag-visit-action more
additional actions should be performed by ECB. You can either use some
of the predefined actions (e.g. highlighting the header-line of the
tag) or define own actions. You can set different actions for
different major-modes. All this is done via the option
The following actions are currently predefined:
See the documentation of these function for details what they do.
Per default ECB performs the actions
ecb-tag-visit-highlight-tag-header for all major-modes.