I'm working on a program wich uses lots of header files, and for
convenience all these files are put in the same directory. While my main
source files are in the
diffenrent directory, and for the sake of conciseness, my "#include"
expression doesn't specify the relative path of the header file, just the
name of the header file specified.
Then the problem comes out. I use the command of "ctags
*.c/*.cpp" to produce the tag file while lots of the varibles and
functions can't be found. Because the
ctags can't find the header files under current directory. This problem
doesn't exist when I compile my source files because I can specify the
default including path in the
makefile or the project file, and all the header files can be found .
I don't know how to solve this problem and really need some nice
Billy, April 12th, 2006