On Feb 9, 11:41 pm, ppp <phoenixy...@...> wrote:
> What's the easiest way to do a reverse ctag lookup: finding all
> locations that call the function under the cursor?
I've recently starting using eclim, which provides integration between
Eclipse and Vim. Eclipse is very good at this sort of thing. With
eclim, you can use many Eclipse features – including not only function
calls but also a full call tree, code completion, and more – right in
Vim. It's actually pretty much replaced cscope for me, which has a
known bug where function calls which have the opening '(' on a
separate line from the function name (something that happens a lot in
the codebases at my work). If you go with cscope, there's actually a
plugin for Vim which uses cscope to build a call tree:
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