using cscope with vim

2010-01-08 0 words 0 mins read

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Here&#8217;s the best of the two links that I found with <a class="zem_slink freebase/en/google" title="Google" rel="homepage" href="">Google and <a class="zem_slink" title="Bing" rel="homepage" href="">Bing combined out of lots of links that I think can help you understand how to use cscope with vim, if you dont know already.

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cscope is a mature, <a class="zem_slink freebase/en/ncurses" title="Ncurses" rel="homepage" href="">ncurses based, C <a class="zem_slink freebase/en/source_code" title="Source code" rel="wikipedia" href="">source code tree browsing tool. It allows users to search large source code bases for variables, functions, macros, etc, as well as perform general <a class="zem_slink freebase/en/regular_expression" title="Regular expression" rel="wikipedia" href="">regex and <a class="zem_slink freebase/en/plain_text" title="Plain text" rel="wikipedia" href="">plain text searches. Results are returned in lists, from which the user can select individual matches for use in file editing.<div class="zemanta-pixie"><a class="zemanta-pixie-a" title="Reblog this post [with Zemanta]" href=""><img class="zemanta-pixie-img" src="" alt="Reblog this post [with Zemanta]" /><span class="zem-script more-related more-info pretty-attribution paragraph-reblog">


Authored By Amit Agarwal

Amit Agarwal, Linux and Photography are my hobbies.Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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