GNU GLOBAL 5.7.3
GNU GLOBAL is a source code tagging system.
GNU GLOBAL is part of the GNU project, and is free software. You can freely copy, modify and redistribute this program under GNU GPL.
GNU GLOBAL is also commercial (for-profit) software based on BOKIN model.
Here are some key features of "GNU GLOBAL":
· support C, C++, Yacc, Java and PHP4.
· work the same way across diverse environments. Currently, support followings:
· Generic shell command line
· Bash shell
· Vi clone editor (nvi, elvis, vim)
· Emacs editor (emacs, mule, xemacs)
· Glimmer editor
· Less viewer
· Web browser (See UNIX kernel source tour!.)
· Doxygen documentation system
· find the locations of a specified object quickly.
· locate not only object definitions but also object references.
· allows duplicate objects.
· locate also path which includes specified pattern.
· treat a source tree containing subdirectories as a logical scope. You can get the relative path of objects from anywhere within that scope.
· search not only in a source tree but also in library paths.
· understand POSIX 1003.2 regular expressions.
· support external search engine (grep and idutils).
· generate hypertext of source code (XHTML ready).
· tag files are independent of machine architecture.
· plugged-in parser is available to treat new language.
· compact format is available to save disk space.
· support incremental updating of tag files.
· support customizing with gtags.conf.
· generate completion list for completing input method.
If you have a plan to make a yet another editor with tag facility then you can use GLOBAL as the tag system.
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What's New in This Release:
- Gtags no longer causes a segmentation fault if it reads its input file names from a file list (using the -f option) and the input files aren't in the working directory or its sub-directories.
- The version test in gtags.pl no longer fails.