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Date:      Sun, 16 Apr 95 23:16:51 MDT
From: (Terry Lambert)
To: (Rashid Karimov.)
Subject:   Re: cscope for FreeBSD / or any free version /.
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <> from "Rashid Karimov." at Apr 16, 95 01:22:59 pm

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> 	The subject says it all -does any1 here knows about
> 	free / shareware version of cscope ? 
> 	I've heard about .el version for Emacs , but that 
> 	one is rather limited.
> 	I found the cscope be very useful tool for sw developer
> 	as well as system admin.. ( that was in my previous incar-
> 	nation when I run SCO ).

There is a 'c' interpreter program out there.

There is also a branch path analysis program written in C++ out

The major piece for a cscope is the lexical analysis for token
classification.  There are sever PD C compilers under UCB style
license that you could use for a starting point if you didn't want
to use GCC.

One note is that the resulting program should allow the use of
multiple variable reference files (databases).  This was a recent
mod to the USL cscope that increased the utility of the program for
tree structured source heirarchies with sources spanning multiple
physical directories.

					Terry Lambert
Any opinions in this posting are my own and not those of my present
or previous employers.

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