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Mon, 04 Dec 2006 12:52:43 +0100
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Thorsten Bonow <address@hidden> writes:
>>>>>> "Hadron" == Hadron <address@hidden> writes:
> Hadron> Anyone here using cscope/etags?
> Hadron> I have used cscope-indexer to index my gtk headers and the linux
> Hadron> kernel but it is unbelievably slow compared to using emacs tags
> Hadron> functionality. Is this how it should be? Which of the many
> Hadron> cscope packages out there is the right one to use with
> I use the packaged version coming along with Debian Unstable. Did you try
> cscope interfaces to decide if it's Emacs or cscope which is slow?
Do you have the entire kernel cscope'd? I use xcscope.
What cscope.el or equivalent do you use? I use xcscope.el. There are
lots of versions around. This was the first one I tried which worked:
; File: xcscope.el
; RCS: $RCSfile: xcscope.el,v $ $Revision: 1.14 $ $Date: 2002/04/10
16:59:00 $ $Author: darrylo $
; Description: cscope interface for (X)Emacs
; Author: Darryl Okahata
; Created: Wed Apr 19 17:03:38 2000
; Modified: Thu Apr 4 17:22:22 2002 (Darryl Okahata) address@hidden
; Language: Emacs-Lisp
There was no emacs package for cscope in /usr/share/doc/cscope/contrib
as part of the Ubuntu distro.
> If you can be more specific I can try to reproduce it on my box and we can
> compare the results.
> Have you given gtags a shot?
Oh no :) Another tool :( So far I have etags, ctags, semantic &
senator and now cscope.
A quick google shows gtags to be a faster etags : tags are already fast
enough just not powerful enough. Semantic is just plain buggy and doesn't
seem to have half the options you might need for code navigation.
cscope is the way as far as I can see, if I can find out which of the
many .el packages I should be using.
Thanks for any help.
Re: OT:cscope/tags, Perry Smith, 2006/12/04
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