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    Tools for browsing Symbian open source code

    Maybe this is not the right place to pose this question, but the other forums are more focused on other issues so....

    What a "not an expert" like me misses more about Symbian site dropdown is the tool for browsing source code, i find really difficult and time consuming now to search among zillions of lines of code. Is there a way to replicate that tool? Where should i start from? Or, is there a better way than a grep program in Windows? I'm pretty sure there is :-)

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    Re: Tools for browsing Symbian open source code

    Personally I find it very useful just simply creating a complete directory listing (dir /s /b) of the entire source code (after extracting it), it is a 27 MB file for me. Leaving out test code reduces it to 15 MB.
    The professional approach would be using an indexer tool. General "desktop search" software (Copernic, Goolge) can already help a lot (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...search_engines)

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    Re: Tools for browsing Symbian open source code

    Thanks all..!!! It worked,.....

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    Re: Tools for browsing Symbian open source code

    Quote Originally Posted by suman5 View Post
    Thanks all..!!! It worked,.....
    ? Did you really want to post this message here? Or is it about the S60 5th SDK on Windows 7?

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    Re: Tools for browsing Symbian open source code

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_hu_ View Post
    Personally I find it very useful just simply creating a complete directory listing (dir /s /b) of the entire source code (after extracting it), it is a 27 MB file for me. Leaving out test code reduces it to 15 MB.
    sigh!
    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_hu_ View Post
    The professional approach would be using an indexer tool. General "desktop search" software (Copernic, Goolge) can already help a lot (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...search_engines)
    Thank you, i'll give them a try. I understand that Symbian foundation was using OpenGrok, but after reading some doc on their site i must admit that setting up the environment is beyond my competences :-)

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