Specifying File Arguments
Each “file” argument may be one of the following types:
• A regular file name. Source Insight allows you to omit file extensions. In this case, Source Insight tries to find a match within the current project, as though you typed <filename>.*. If more than one file exists with that name, then a list will be shown and you will be able to pick the exact file.
• A symbol name. Since Source Insight treats file names as symbols, each file argument can be more generally thought of as a symbol. Source Insight will open the file where the symbol lives and jump to its location. You may specify any number of symbols. If the symbol name conflicts with file names (without extensions), or with other symbols, then a list will be shown and you will be able to pick the exact symbol instance.
• The name of a workspace file, including the .WK3 extension. Source Insight will open all the files contained in the workspace.
• The name of a configuration file, including the .CF3 extension. Source Insight will load the given configuration file.