rssync source code as a windows project

Jignesh Shah jignesh.shah1980 at
Thu Dec 4 08:28:14 GMT 2008

Thanks Sachar. but I am completely new in UNIX world. Could you tell me how
"ctags and cscope" will help me and from where I can read those manuals?
BTW, If I could not compile then its fine. I just want to migrate to
specific function quickly and when i move my cursor on variable it should
display what is this variable and where it defined.(For example I could see
so many constans like ARENA_SIZE).

If simply I should create project and add everything as project(folder)
wise, do you think it will work?

Thanks a lot,
On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 1:44 PM, Shachar Shemesh <shachar at> wrote:

> Jignesh Shah wrote:
>> Thanks for reply. Could you tell what do you mean by RTFM ctags and
>> cscope,??
> RTFM - Read The Manual
> ctags and cscope - utilities whose manual I think you should read.
>>  Creating a new project I think it will have so many errors. We can do it
>> only if we know the complete code. If anybody or you have done then please
>> forward it to me.
> rsync is a POSIX application. It will not compile natively on Windows
> without a considerable porting effort. No such port exists. If you only want
> VC to trace the function flow, it should be able to do that without
> compiling the code (see my rant above). If you want the code to compile on
> VC, I suggest you do the porting.
> Shachar
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