learning dragonfly or C...

Simon 'corecode' Schubert corecode at fs.ei.tum.de
Thu Nov 11 20:34:48 PST 2004

On Thursday, 11. November 2004 23:04, George Georgalis wrote:
> >If you use vi as your editor you can navigate code using a
> >tags file, other editors have similar functionality (for
> >example emacs uses etags).
> >
> >% man 1 vi
> >..
> >   -t     Start editing at the specified tag.  (See ctags(1)).
> Max,
> _That_ is really awesome! Just when I thought I had vim optimized,
> here's a whole new galaxy to explore! Thanks!

Ctags is nice, but try cscope, it's more like ctags squared (some say "on 

make vim WITH_CSCOPE=sure and build an index in the directory you are starting 
to explore with cscope -bR (use -k for kernel source and -q for large 


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