Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Tuesday, December 09, 2008
The method supposedly does not have the singularities of the widely-used Hartley-Sturm algorithm, and was developed by K. Kanatani, Y. Sugaya, and H. Niitsuma.
Monday, December 01, 2008
through the code lying in different directories.
Most other sites about ctags only deal with files in the same
I use vxl.sf.net, which consists of a huge source tree of C++
libraries, headers, and templates.
Here is my solution:
I installed exuberant-ctags (make sure this is the one in your system),
then I issued the following command:
ctags -R vxl lemsvxlsrc
from the directory containing the vxl source tree 'vxl' and the
internal Brown 'lemsvxlsrc' tree.
This generates a tags file. Now, tell VIM to always use that by
setting a tags search path:
" Set the tag file search order
You can add the above line to your ~/.vimrc or, even better, to a file
in ~/.vim/ftplugins/cpp_xxx.vim, where xxx is a custom extension you