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Traversing Pascal/Delphi code using GVim

Hi,


I am using GVim as editor... and i am viewing code of pascal/ delphi..


my problem is its difficult to use GVim as source code browser....


normally ctags helps to traverse in vim for c/c++..

is there anything like that for pascal/ delphi to minimise this complication of each time searching manually and no traversals... as with ctags-c-vim case?

or any alternate solutions w.r.t opensource for this?


pls help me out and thankx in advance.....
 
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