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Can ctag and cscope support recording search results and displaying the history results ?

Hello ,
When using vim, can ctag and cscope support recording search results and displaying the history results ? Once I jump to one tag, I can use :tnext to jump to next tag, but how can I display the preview search result?

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TONETRAIN(1)						    Voicetronix Telephony Tools 					      TONETRAIN(1)

NAME
tonetrain - Analyse telephony signal tones for the libvpb programmable detector SYNOPSIS
tonetrain [options] file DESCRIPTION
The tonetrain utility analyses a recorded signal from file to determine the best tone detector parameters for recognising it. OPTIONS
The following options are available: -V Be more verbose during execution. Input options -w Use wav file format for input. This is the default. -v Use vox file format for input. -s sec Skip the first sec seconds of the recording. Useful if the tone does not begin cleanly at the start of the recording. -t sec Train using sec seconds of the recording. Useful if only a portion of the recording actually contains the desired to to train for. Output options -p Output the results in plain english. This is the default. -e Output the results in a form suitable for use with the VPB_TONE enviroment variable for libvpb. -c Output the results as a C source code snippet. SEE ALSO
tonedebug(1) AUTHOR
Ron Lee, Ben Kramer, David Rowe, Voicetronix <support@voicetronix.com.au> This manual page was written by Ron <ron@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). VPB driver package Feb 2, 2007 TONETRAIN(1)

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