Re: unable to use IDGrep
On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 9:09 PM, Sushrut Sardeshmukh <bestbrain@...> wrote:
> Hello Yegappan,
> Thanks for help.
> did you write this? http://vim.sourceforge.net/scripts/script.php?script_id=251
> If yes, thanks a ton for writing it :)
> Just set LID_File and it works!
Usually you don't need to set the LID_File variable as the GNU lid
utility will search the parent directories for the ID file.
> (later on I ended up setting F4 and LID_Jump_To_Match to zero. )
> Thank you again for help.
> BTW, I am curious to know if there is any way we can have faste
> freetext search in Unix (preferably via gvim)
> again.. code base is too large to load all the files in gvim and
> search buffers.
You have to use GNU id-utils or Cscope or GNU global to search a
large number of source files.
You can also use the grep utility from Vim. For this, you can try using the
> On Oct 7, 1:53 am, "Yegappan Lakshmanan" <yegapp...@...> wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 12:36 PM, Sushrut Sardeshmukh
>> <bestbr...@...> wrote:
>> > Can some one please help me to by explaining how to use greputils.
>> > Or lid with gvim?
>> > I am trying to find where all some_function is called. It's a very
>> > large code base(millions of lines across 100's of directories). So
>> > simple unix grep is too slow to work with.
>> You can try using the following plugin which allows you to use GNU id-utils
>> with Vim:
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