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RE: suggestion about debian devel extension



Dear Asheesh.

    It is very glad to disscuss with you.

   
> That looks pretty cool! What do you mean by "put it under debian"?

    I want to host the website under debian.  Because the number of packages in debian is huge,  it is  beyond my capibility to  build a website  with  1/1000 packages in debian. It comes from debian , so it should go under debian.  This means debian has the full control of the website, even dismissing.


> How do you find your system compares to OpenGrok? It'd be good to know
> about advantages of yours.

    OpenGrok is the front end of Exuberant Ctags .  

    For the advantages of mine:

    1.  Process condition pre compile directive, the uncompiled parts
will be gray.

         It is very useful for multi-system packages.  Normally the code for linux, win. freebsd and so on is mess together.  Such code will be annoying for the coder for particular architecture. 

    2  File included by #include will be identified.

        100% garantee is declaimed for #include directive.  The wrong result with same-name file is impossible.

    3. The cross reference is accurate. 

        For example :



    Use ctags,  you get : 
     Searched defs:sigcontext (Results 1 -
		4 of 4) sorted by null


		  /ext3/ext2-gate/usr/src/cmd/csh/i386/signal.h 45 struct  sigcontext {  struct 

  /ext3/ext2-gate/usr/src/cmd/csh/sparc/signal.h 44 struct  sigcontext {  struct 

  /ext3/ext2-gate/usr/src/lib/libbc/inc/include/sys/signal.h 160 struct	sigcontext {  struct 

  /ext3/ext2-gate/usr/src/ucbhead/sys/signal.h 290 struct  sigcontext {  struct 
349 	void	(*sv_handler)(int, int, struct sigcontext *, char *);
     For mine, only one result will returned. even multi results are returned, they link to the same positiion of  the same file.


best wishes,
milkway_3
    




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> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 00:25:34 -0400
> From: asheesh@asheesh.org
> To: debian-devel@lists.debian.org
> Subject: Re: suggestion about debian devel extension
>
> On Wed, 7 Jul 2010, milkway_3@hotmail.com wrote:
>
>> As a programmer under debian, I really appriciate the rich debian
>> packages.
>>
>> However, it is not convenient to read and analysis source code, even
>> with emacs and scsope.
>>
>> A litte progress has been acheived after fighting for years. You can
>> test it at http://jp.hostesr.com/.
>>
>> For benefit of all developers, it is best to put it under debian.
>
> That looks pretty cool! What do you mean by "put it under debian"?
>
> Also, have you seen OpenGrok? There was effort to put a code index online
> using that -- see
> http://www.mail-archive.com/debian-devel@lists.debian.org/msg281864.html
> for a little more discussion of that. It's a pretty intense, effective
> code indexer. You can see it live on the OpenSolaris codebase, e.g.
> http://cvs.opensolaris.org/source/xref/ext3/ext2-gate/usr/src/ucblib/libucb/sparc/sys/signal.c
> -- check out how "signal.h" links to the signal.h file that gets used.
>
> How do you find your system compares to OpenGrok? It'd be good to know
> about advantages of yours.
>
> It's good to see that you're interested in making code easier to browse
> through! That is a real need.
>
> -- Asheesh.
>
> --
> A kind of Batman of contemporary letters.
> -- Philip Larkin on Anthony Burgess
>
>
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