in case there’s more people that use VIM for coding, you might be
interested in this plugin:
It makes editing out-of-tree modules with VIM much easier. Probably
comprehensive list (for now):
- :set path for all relevent include paths, probably most importantly,
this will allow you to ‘gf’ on any include, and compiler errors are
resolved correctly, too (i.e. if ‘:cn’ would jump to an include, now
VIM knows where that is).
- ‘makeprg’ is configured such that you can call ‘make’ or ‘make test’
on any file and it should do the right thing (i.e. run make in the
- If you’re using Syntastic for syntax checking, it will make sure that
gcc gets told where to look (otherwise, Syntastic stops after the
first #include <gr_io_signature.h> or whatever)
In order for this to work, you’ll need an up-to-date gr_modtool.py from
https://github.com/mbant/gr-modtool. Both the master and format37
branches will do.
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Communications Engineering Lab (CEL)
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KIT – University of the State of Baden-Württemberg and
National Laboratory of the Helmholtz Association