"cscope -d" can't find trailer offset if path contains space
Dave & Diane
Thu Jan 11 04:33:00 GMT 2007
Sorry for the delay - let me take a look at this in more detail. Given
the sleuthing you've done I'll probably have to go back to the cscope
owner at Bell-Labs.
Will keep you posted.
[mlcscope maintainer for cygwin]
Fred Ma wrote:
> Bug fix request submitted for cscope via sourceforge:
> This problem arose when using vim, but also appears when using "cscope
> -d". I get the error "cannot read trailer offset from file
> cscope.out". I browsed build.c to find that it is caused when reading
> in a single number with fscanf. To see what could be confusing
> fscanf, I found the context of the "trailer offset" from
> http://www1.bell-labs.com/project/wwexptools/cscope/cscope.html, which
> shows that the number to be read occupies a single line along with
> other space-delimited data, including the specification of the current
> directory. The space delimiting will get messed up if the current
> directory contains spaces, which is often the case in Windows and
> Cygwin (though it can also be the case in *nix). P.S.: It also
> happens with mlcscope.
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