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works well, particularly after custom defining additional file type pairs with

(defvar my-cpp-other-file-alist '(("\\.cpp\\'" (".hpp" ".cuh"))
                                  ("\\.hpp\\'" (".cpp"".cu"))
                                  ("\\.cuh\\'" (".cu" ".cpp"))
                                  ("\\.cu\\'" (".cuh" ".hpp"))
                                  ("\\.c\\'" (".h"))
                                  ("\\.h\\'" (".c"))))

(setq-default ff-other-file-alist 'my-cpp-other-file-alist)

However, it does not switch files when point in on include directive in c/cpp files. What is the setting to always ignore the content under point in this context?

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M-x describe-function RET ff-find-other-file gives the necessary info. There is custom variable ff-ignore-include which should control this, however it seems like it has no effect...

ff-find-other-file also has an ignore-include argument and with that it seems to work. So you could use something like:

(defun my-ff-find-other-file ()
  (interactive)
  (ff-find-other-file nil t))
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  • I know of this variable, it does not work as expected though
    – CD86
    Jan 2, 2023 at 16:54
  • Strange. Does it work when you use the ignore-include argument of ff-find-other-file directly then?
    – orgtre
    Jan 2, 2023 at 16:57
  • by directly you mean invoking it via M-x?
    – CD86
    Jan 3, 2023 at 13:06
  • I've updated my answer to explain.
    – orgtre
    Jan 3, 2023 at 15:04
  • Looking at the code of ff-find-other-file explains that, as it calls (let ((ff-ignore-include ignore-include)) (ff-find-the-other-file in-other-window)) using its ignore-include argument (which is always nil for interactive calls). In fact all three commands in that library force the value of ff-ignore-include, as ff-get-other-file binds it to t and ff-find-other-file-other-window calls ff-find-other-file with the ignore-include argument set to nil. I suggest M-x report-emacs-bug to improve the documentation about this.
    – phils
    Sep 30, 2023 at 22:17

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