dakotali kasap <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
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> I am also usually working with a simple editor and command line, but becaus=
> e the postgresql project is too big for a person who is looking at the sour=
> ce code for the first time, I thought it will be simpler using a tool like =
> CDT, because jumping directly to a function definition that he wants to loo=
> k at is easy.

That's an essential tool even for someone who knows the code well
... but you shouldn't think that there's only one way to do it.
I like glimpse under emacs (easily finds references to symbols as well
as their definitions; not specific to any one programming language).
I think some other people use ctags.

                        regards, tom lane

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