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cscope

Cscope is an interactive, screen-oriented tool that allows the user to browse through C source files (as well as other languages) for specified elements of code.

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  •  02 Oct 2012 22:50

    Release Notes: This release adds mainly bugfixes, plus some new features, including the "find assignments" patch which has been floating around separately for quite a while.

    •  30 Apr 2009 21:33

      Release Notes: This release is dedicated entirely to bug fixing. Some potentially critical stack overflows were addressed.

      •  05 Jan 2007 17:03

      Release Notes: Some security problems have been addressed, and overall stability has improved. There are no new features.

      •  06 Feb 2004 12:02

      Release Notes: Deprecated YACC syntax was removed from egrep.y to allow it to be translated by modern versions of GNU Bison. The program was made a bit more robust against unexpected styles of line breaks. The Cygwin build should work a good deal better now.

      •  07 Jul 2003 22:13

      Release Notes: This version mainly includes bugfixes.

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      11 May 2001 21:27 ouipapa

      Re: Any chance of -r being added as a cmdline arg?
      Just tried 15.1. It's great work. Instead of simply implmenting AT&T's '-r' option, it now smartly uses TAB to do a 'trn'-style display of as many lines as possible. A great idea.
      And C-y (or C-a, depending on your environment, I think) now also yanks your previous search for recall.

      > That's in the 13.3 AT&T version, I
      > think. Control-A is pretty nice, too, as
      > a runtime cmd. If no-one's working on
      > it, maybe I'll give it a shot.

      08 Jun 2000 15:20 ouipapa

      Any chance of -r being added as a cmdline arg?
      That's in the 13.3 AT&T version, I think. Control-A is pretty nice, too, as a runtime cmd. If no-one's working on it, maybe I'll give it a shot.

      19 Apr 2000 16:12 axelboldt

      It's called cscope.el of course
      It's called cscope.el, not csope.el.

      19 Apr 2000 15:55 axelboldt

      Emacs users can use csope.el
      There's a cool emacs package which interfaces to csope. It's called csope.el and it's in the elisp archives (www.leo.org/pub/comp/u...).

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