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From: Bill Brune <>
To: Emilio Riva <>
Subject: Re: Sorry, but... this project is still alive?
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 09:25:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <>

Hi all,

Well, for me, this tool is a boon for my development problems.  I have to deal
over 10 Million lines of C++ spread over some 900 directories with no real
Source Nav builds a database in about 4 hours and then I don't have to care
where anything lives.
It tells me exactly what I want to know, where things are declared and where
things are implemented. and
then zaps me to them.  Perfect.

I don't care for the editor, so I modified a button on the editor pane
to pop up gvim on the current file to edit it, and I fixed the
revision-control functions to check-in and out of clearcase.
The rest is perfect.   The include map is something to behold (at least for my
code), and the class tree is just great.

This tool is a piece of work.  Thanks to everyone.

-Bill Brune

Emilio Riva wrote:

> It's a lot of time that Sorce Navigator development seems to be stopped (no
> new releases, no news): are you still working on it? I've only found a
> SourceForge project to extend the graphic interface...
> There are a lot of little problems with actual release of snavigator:
> Project Editor don't work correctly, the cross-reference functionality
> hangs frequently with big project trees, it's not easy to extend syntax
> (i.e. like in vim or scintilla text editor)... And what about adding
> doxygen/javadoc extended comment support? And an easier way to extend user
> menu, configuration tools,...? And a better support for teams of developers
> working on the same project tree and on the same (big) server? I mean, in
> this case the cross reference database should be shared, not duplicated for
> every developer...
> I think that snavigator is a great tool, and I hope you'll find the time to
> continue it's development and optimization.
> thank you,
> Emilio Riva

  parent reply	other threads:[~2002-04-11 16:25 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 8+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2002-04-11  2:45 Emilio Riva
2002-04-11  8:49 ` irox
2002-04-11  9:25 ` Bill Brune [this message]
2002-04-11 13:53 ` Khamis Abuelkomboz
     [not found] < m>
2002-04-11  8:29 ` Randall R Schulz
2002-04-12  0:03 Emilio Riva
2002-04-12  0:16 Emilio Riva
2002-04-12  7:19 Left Spin

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