GUISearch provides a Web interface for browsing and searching KDE application source code. Unlike other similar tools, GUISearch actually tries to understand the application GUI to provide better browsing/search facilities. For example, it understands the menu structure and corresponding callbacks of menu items.
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Release Notes: A new:x keyword was added to show new application features added in the last x days (assuming the db is updated daily, as is done in the demo). The KDialogBase user button support and query speed were improved.
Release Notes: Command line parameters have changed; kdelibs is no longer specified/required. Some bugs have been fixed. The online demo is updated daily from the KDE CVS repository.
Release Notes: This release has significantly reduced memory usage during indexing. Some of the code has been restructured, and bugs and inconsistencies have been fixed along the way. The online demo has about 400 KDE applications now.
Release Notes: This release has much faster searches, and identifies matching keywords in boldface.
Release Notes: Qt/KDE classes possibly relevant to your query are now suggested. Clicking on one or more of these classes shows you application code that makes use of these classes. This feature only works when you run the tool on more than one application. Command line parameters have been changed.