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If you are using Emacs, you may find it fast and convenient to use Emacs' built-in facility for navigating the source. Switch to the root directory `gnugo-3.2.x/' and execute the command:
find . -print|grep "\.[ch]$" | xargs etags
This will build a file called `gnugo-3.2.x/TAGS'. Now to
find any GNU Go function, type
M-. and enter the
command which you wish to find, or just
the cursor is at the name of the function sought.
The first time you do this you will be prompted for the location of the TAGS table. Enter the path to `gnugo-3.2.x/TAGS', and henceforth you will be able to find any function with a minimum of keystrokes.
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