>> BTW: following :h cscope-suggesion works, but only for tags. (or,
>> maybe, if doesn't work at all). At startup it says: cs_read_prompt
>> EOF(1): Illegal seek
> As to *why* you are getting that, I don't know, there are many
> possibilities, to find out you have to start somewhere: e.g.
> startup cscope manually (cscope cscope.out),
09:51:16 ~/src/eval/src # cscope -l cscope.out
cscope: building symbol database
> you must be in the directory where cscope.out lies (maybe that's
> part of your problem).
No. I produce cscope.out with `cscope -b' in my Makefile.
> Once you know this runs, kill cscope, go back to vim and try again
> with different params (:h cscope). You'll get it to work, sure and
:-\.. I don't know. It doesn't work. I'm not really familiar with
cscope, I've just consideret it being nice thing t try.
> What cscope are you using?
09:51:59 ~/src/eval/src # cscope -V
cscope: version 13.0