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“lxr-cvs” 0.9.5+cvs20071020-1 source package in Ubuntu

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lxr-cvs (0.9.5+cvs20071020-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Update package version (last cvs was already based on 0.9.5)
  * add debian/watch
  * add /etc/apache2/conf.d/lxr, thanks Bill Gatliff (Closes: #467520)
  * Quote regexp meta-characters, thanks Jean Parpaillon (Closes: #472992)

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Uploaded by:
Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync on 2008-05-03
Uploaded to:
Intrepid
Original maintainer:
Giacomo Catenazzi
Component:
universe
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Lucid release on 2009-10-29 universe misc

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Intrepid: [FULLYBUILT] i386

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lxr-cvs_0.9.5+cvs20071020.orig.tar.gz 110.1 KiB 95f9f694c5e233e88d8f37326715d769
lxr-cvs_0.9.5+cvs20071020-1.diff.gz 8.5 KiB 6228b5985800882ce034d643a3e186d6
lxr-cvs_0.9.5+cvs20071020-1.dsc 1.0 KiB fd30124c2b2a2a37d3c57cc3699ebc87

Binary packages built by this source

lxr-cvs: A general hypertext cross-referencing tool

 The Linux Cross-Reference project is the testbed application of a general
 hypertext cross-referencing tool. (Or the other way around.)
 .
 The main goal of the project is to create a versatile cross-referencing
 tool for relatively large code repositories. The project is based on
 stock web technology, so the codeview client may be chosen from the full
 range of available web browsers. On the server side, the prototype
 range of available web browsers. On the server side, the Apache webserver
 with mod-perl is required. The prototype implementation is running on a dual
 Pentium Pro Linux box.)
 .
 The main feature of the indexer is of course the ability to jump easily
 to the declaration of any global identifier. Indeed, even all references
 to global identifiers are indexed. Quick access to function declarations,
 data (type) definitions and preprocessor macros makes code browsing just
 that tad more convenient. At-a-glance overview of e.g. which code areas
 that will be affected by changing a function or type definition should
 also come in useful during development and debugging.
 .
 Other bits of hypertextual sugar, such as e-mail and include file links,
 are provided as well, but is on the whole, well, sugar. Some minimal
 visual markup is also done (using also Style sheets).