[asterisk-dev] Beginner question - Opening project in kdevelop

Tzafrir Cohen tzafrir.cohen at xorcom.com
Mon Apr 30 09:02:29 MST 2007

On Mon, Apr 30, 2007 at 11:31:00AM -0400, Mihai Balea wrote:
> On Apr 30, 2007, at 10:54 AM, Thiago Paiva Flores wrote:
> >Thanks again Philipp. I dont know if the user list
> >would be the best place since I'm trying to open
> >asterisk inside kdevelop to change some of the
> >sources.
> >but anyway, if you think I could get my anwers there
> >I'd be happy to singup in that list.
> >By the way, since I'm really a beginner here, if you
> >(or someone else) could tell me wich IDE are you using
> >(if you are using) and how do you debug the program in
> >a easy way. If there is some beginners guide for
> >developers I'd be happy to read it so I dont need send
> >to much easy questions here. I've read a lot of stuff
> >in the asterisk.org page, but nothing like a HOW TO
> >for me to open the project inside some IDE and start
> >compiling/debuging.
> If you're familiar with kdevelop, you might want to look into  
> kscope.  It's a leaner version, designed for C projects.  It really  
> helps when you're trying to familiarize yourself with a large code  
> base (like Asterisk).  If you find that you're often asking "where is  
> this function/structure defined?" or "where is this function  
> called?", then kscope might be a better tool for you.

cscope can also be well integrated with vim.

The doxygen documentation can also help. 'make progdocs' or look at 


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