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2.2.4 Create System Databases

If your supported language stores the system libraries in readily available parsable source code, you can pre-generate database files for them once, which will be used over and over for tools such as summary-mode, or the analyzer.

— Command: semanticdb-create-ebrowse-database dir

Create an Ebrowse database for directory dir. The database file is stored in ~/.semanticdb, or whichever directory is specified by semanticdb-default-system-save-directory.