ITP: cscope -- Interactively examine a C program source
Dave And Diane
Sun Oct 7 13:26:00 GMT 2012
Yes, mlcscope was from 2006, and it also came from the Lucent exptools
source tree which is a different version than the gnu cscope. Lucent has
since stopped distributing mlcscope so I think putting cscope in the
packaging is a good thing. I've thought about doing it myself - but
hadn't got to it - glad you have followed this path.
On 9/30/2012 4:20 AM, Jari Aalto wrote:
> wget --recursive --no-host-directories --cut-dirs=3 \
> http://cante.net/~jaalto/tmp/cygwin/cscope/cscope-18.104.22.168-1-src.tar.bz2 \
> http://cante.net/~jaalto/tmp/cygwin/cscope/cscope-22.214.171.124-1.tar.bz2 \
> # To check packaging
> cd cscope
> tar -xf *-src.tar.bz2
> ./*.sh --color --verbose all
> Included in Debian:
> This is the original version released 2012-08-04. The mlscope included
> in Cygwin is probably from 2006[*]
> [ setup.hint ]
> sdesc: "Interactively examine a C program source"
> ldesc: "A source browsing tool. Although it is primarily designed to search C
> code (including lex and yacc files), it can also be used for C++ code.
> Using cscope, you can easily search for where symbols are used and
> category: Devel
> requires: libncurses10
> [*] http://www.lowtechnet.com/cscope/
Diane & Dave
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English think 100 miles is a long distance and the Americans
think 100 years is a long time.
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