Re: Syscalls: When can I use "cond_syscall()" macro?
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Ok!!I'll use vi/vim/emacs+ctags!!!I'm a Java EE developer (who loves binary manipulation & low level knowledge), so I just use Eclipse IDE. (Eclipse IDE nnnnnnoooooottttt!!!!)
I'm creating an environment to start the research&development about the kernel.2012/7/6 Ezequiel Garcia <elezegarcia@xxxxxxxxx>
On Fri, Jul 6, 2012 at 3:32 PM, Gustavo da SilvaIf you want to browse sources and middle-to-big size projects, I
> Hi Ezequiel! How are you?!
> So, ...Hmmm...
> Im using the following url to navigate by the sources (hehehe)
you to use ctags . Once you get used to it, it's a true wonder.
In fact, linux kernel have them incorporated, so you only need to do:
$ make tags
Of course, supposing you know how to use vim or emacs :-)
I've just had a similar discussion with some co-workers.
Make no mistake, if you want to be serious programmer: vim or emacs.
Gustavo da Silva
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