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Re: Which is better to navigate source code?


From: want.to.be.professer
Subject: Re: Which is better to navigate source code?
Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 16:13:28 -0800 (PST)
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On 12月3日, 上午10时53分, Water Lin <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have a lot of code which I need to check under Linux. So I think use
> Emacs my code brower is a good choice.
>
> But when I am using ECB, it seems that ECB can't get some tags for my
> functions, class. What should I do to get some tags for my code?
>
> I checked EmacsWiki and it says that we have etags (which comes with
> emacs), and ExuberantCtags which can generate tags file. And it says
> that ExuberantCtags is the best choice as it supports more languages and
> is more robust.
>
> So I think I need to use ECB together with ExuberantCtags, is it right?
>
> What's your tools?
>
> Thanks
>
> Water Lin
>
> --
> Water Lin's notes and pencils:http://en.waterlin.org
> Email: address@hidden


for C++'s 'class', CSCOPE is better than etags. ebrowse is also good.


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