Source browsing

  • Use C-x 2 or C-x 3 to split the windows into sub-windows vertically or horizontally
  • Use C-x C-f to open a file
  • Use etags -R in command line to get the *TAGS file for browsing the code
  • Use M-. to find the definition for a symbol (variable or function and so on) and use M-* to jump back
  • Use grep xxx * -n to find all occurrences of xxx in the current directory

-- XiaomingGu - 27 Jan 2008

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