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 Post subject: LXR and Subversion
PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2006 1:11 pm 
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Has anybody had any experience with LXR?

LXR is a source code browsing tool. Basically it indexes your source code and creates a hyperlinked web pages of your source files so that you can quickly follow program execution through sequential function calls; find macros; freetext search when you've forgotten where a bit of code is, etc. It's very handy but only works with CVS.

I've been looking into it in order to try and get it working with Subversion - for obvious reasons! Anyway, I haven't got too far but if anyone has used it before then progress will probably be faster/easier.

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 Post subject: Re: LXR and Subversion
PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2006 9:49 pm 
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lmop wrote:
Has anybody had any experience with LXR?
I've been looking into it in order to try and get it working with Subversion - for obvious reasons!


The KDE developers went to subversion from cvs, but apparently are still using LXR... there are indirect google references to updated LXR scripts by the KDE team but nothing definite.

Perhaps an email there might turn something up?

lxr.kde.org

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 Post subject: Source Navigator
PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2007 2:37 pm 
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I just use Source Navigator. A brilliant piece of software but unfortunately development has stagnated and support for templates and namespaces is lacking. That is not much of a problem with Homeworld though.


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Macintosh developers: I've recently discovered that Xcode has a built-in feature that provides LXR-like code browsing functionality buried amongst its options/menus. Command-(double-click) the variable/function name and it will open a new window showing the code declaration/definition of that term. I don't know how I've lived without it for so long...

Also, Option-Command-UpArrow will open a window containing the complementary file to the one you are editing: *.h <-> *.c

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