Find the header or source file corresponding to this file.
Being on a `#include' line pulls in that file.
If optional IN-OTHER-WINDOW is non-nil, find the file in the other window.
If optional IGNORE-INCLUDE is non-nil, ignore being on `#include' lines.
Variables of interest include:
Non-nil means ignore cases in matches (see `case-fold-search').
If you have extensions in different cases, you will want this to be nil.
If non-nil, always open the other file in another window, unless an
argument is given to `ff-find-other-file'.
If non-nil, ignores #include lines.
If non-nil, always attempt to create the other file if it was not found.
If non-nil, traces which directories are being searched.
A list of regular expressions specifying how to recognize special
constructs such as include files etc, and an associated method for
extracting the filename from that construct.
Alist of extensions to find given the current file's extension.
List of directories searched through with each extension specified in
`ff-other-file-alist' that matches this file's extension.
List of functions to be called before the search for the file starts.
List of functions to be called before the other file is loaded.
List of functions to be called after the other file is loaded.
List of functions to be called if the other file could not be found. - `ff-file-created-hook' List of functions to be called if the other file has been created. (fn &optional IN-OTHER-WINDOW IGNORE-INCLUDE)