From: Murali K. Vemuri <vemuri.muralikrishna@gm...> - 2008-11-11 04:35:39
I am using Cygwin on Windows XP and everything works fine but CScope. I
tried compiling the cscope code on cygwin and install.
after I do that, I tried to "cscope -R *" at the top level in a source tree
and I see that cscope is getting the directory name correctly (recursively)
and after getting the directory names, its trying to open files with those
names and cannot open files and failing ... essentially not able to generate
any contents into the cscope.out.
I searched around and found someone has statically compiled a cscope binary
and that was not working too.
Any pointers are appreciated.
Thanks & regards
From: Murali K. Vemuri <vemuri.muralikrishna@gm...> - 2008-11-12 11:41:19
That helped, thanks :)
On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 3:13 AM, Hans-Bernhard Bröker <HBBroeker@...
> Murali K. Vemuri wrote:
> after I do that, I tried to "cscope -R *" at the top level in a source
> That's your problem right there. That's not the way to run cscope. '*'
> expands to all the entries in your current directory --- including
> subdirectories and whatever non-C files happen to be lying around in it.
> Option -R requests a recursive search of the current directory, finding all
> applicable source files.
> It makes no sense whatsoever to combine them that way.
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