created March 28, 2004 · complexity intermediate · author lpen · version 6.0
Sometimes you want to use quickfix for some things other than grep and make. You can always replace one of them and then return to what it was.
So, I have in my vimrc:
fu! Mycscope(func) let tmp1=&grepprg let tmp2=&grepformat set grepformat=%f\ %*[a-zA-Z_0-9]\ %l\ %m set grepprg=cscope\ -R\ -L\ -3 exe "grep ".a:func exe "set grepprg=".escape(tmp1,' ') exe "set grepformat=".escape(tmp2, ' ') endf command -nargs=* CScope :silent call Mycscope("<args>")
This will create the command CScope, that does a cscope's "find functions calling this function" with quickfix.
Another example: lid
fu! Mylid(arg) let tmp1=&grepprg set grepprg=lid\ -Rgrep\ -s\ $* exe "grep ".a:arg exe "set grepprg=".escape(tmp1," ") endf command -nargs=* Lid :silent call Mylid("<args>")
Bug: Sometimes Vim is unable to come back from the command, and you have to hit CTRL+C. I have no idea why.
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The last two lines in your Mycscope can be simply
let &grepprg=tmp1 let &grepformat=tmp2
script#949 is based on this tip.