>> It just needs apache, perl, glimpse, agrep, and a small amount of
>> configuration (and of course a fresh copy of cvs tip).
I've long used glimpse + an emacs macro for searching the sources.
LXR seems to add little to the glimpse engine except for an unreliable
gloss on what the references are --- for entertainment try searching
on a common local variable name, eg
(I think I'd better look for myself instead of trust this).
Another problem is that actually examining each reference is ungodly
painful in LXR --- I don't even see *how* to visit multiple references
in a single file, and you certainly can't visit a bunch of 'em without
lots of mousing-around. Never mind editing each one once you've found
Think I'll stick with Control-x backquote ...
regards, tom lane
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