I'm a vim user trying out cream, and I've had trouble getting ctags to work
for me. The problem is that I generate a tags file at the root of a source
directory. When I ask cream to edit a file in a subdirectory, it changes
its cwd to where the file is, and therefore can't find the tags file. This
problem does not exist in gvim or evim.
For instance if I do this:
Then put cream in expert mode and type :pwd, it prints out
"/blah/sourcedir/foo", while gvim would print out "/blah/sourcedir". When I
try to jump to a tag in cream, it can't find the tags file because it is not
in the right directory.
Furthermore, even if I just start cream in the "sourcedir" directory, it
will change to "sourcedir/foo" when I open "main.c". gvim does not do this.
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