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oops_trace.vim : oops_trace.vim - Use tag-style lookups on Linux kernel oops backtraces.

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Ross Zwisler
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This script lets you use tag-style lookups (i.e. C-] ) on Linux kernel oops
stack traces.  For this to work, you need the following:
1) The log file with the stack trace needs to be recognized as having
   filetype=messages, which is hopefully the default.  If not, run
'set filetype=messages'.
2) You need to have built your kernel with debug symbols
3) Vim needs to have its PWD in your Linux build directory, or you need to
   set up the g:oops_path global variable to your build directory.  i.e.:
   let g:oops_path='/home/myuser/linux-kernel'
install details
Just copy to your ~/.vim/plugin directory.

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
oops_trace.vim 1.4 2021-01-13 7.0 Ross Zwisler Some bug fixes and additional debug.
oops_trace.vim 1.3 2019-01-17 7.0 Ross Zwisler Fixed a few bugs and added a bit more debug for when things go wrong.
oops_trace.vim 1.2 2013-11-19 7.0 Ross Zwisler Trying again to fix issues with cloned function lookups.
oops_trace.vim 1.1 2013-11-08 7.0 Ross Zwisler Fixed a regexp to deal with kernel functions that have been cloned by GCC.
oops_trace.vim 1.0 2013-08-13 7.0 Ross Zwisler Initial upload
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