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Re: jumping to a function declaration

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  • Gary Johnson
    ... Not entirely by itself, but with the help of Exuberant ctags it can. See ... Executing $ ctags --list-languages shows that Exuberant ctags understands
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 4, 2010
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      On 2010-08-04, srikanth d wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > I am working on a hdl language called verilog.
      > I have seen this interesting feature in devc++ where when u load a project of
      > all required files(function declaration files, function usage files) , if u
      > want, u can go to the definition of a function that u are using by right
      > clicking on it and searching the source.
      >
      > Do we have any such features in gvim, where if i have opened a bunch of files,
      > with definition of a function in one file and its usage in another, can gvim
      > point to the source of that function??

      Not entirely by itself, but with the help of Exuberant ctags it can.
      See

      :help ctags
      :help 29.1

      Executing

      $ ctags --list-languages

      shows that Exuberant ctags understands Verilog.

      Regards,
      Gary

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