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Name: global Distribution: openSUSE 11.4
Version: 5.9.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1 Build date: Fri Feb 18 22:37:48 2011
Group: Development/Tools/Navigators Build host: build16
Size: 1500782 Source RPM: global-5.9.2-2.1.src.rpm
Summary: Common Source Code Tag System
GLOBAL is a common source code tag system for C, C++, Yacc, and Java.
You can locate the specified function in source files and move there
easily. It is useful to hack a large project containing many
subdirectories or many main() functions like MH, X, or Linux kernel.

    Shigio Yamaguchi <>






* Fri Sep 17 2010
  - update to global-5.9.2
    o gtags.vim: Added -m(--vim) option to the show command.
    o Renamed the -S(--secure-cgi) option to --system-cgi. This is
      because the parameter of the --secure-cgi was changed in
    o The site key directory for the --system-cgi option was moved
      from datadir(/usr/local/share) to localstatedir(/usr/local/var)
      because datadir should be used for read-only data.  By default,
      you must execute "cd HTML; sh" as a root user, since the
      site key directory can not be written except for root user.
  - added global-5.9.2-fix-htags-makefile.patch (fixes build)
* Tue Jul 20 2010
  - update to global-5.9.1
    - notable changes since global-5.8
    o Caution:
      This version of GLOBAL doesn't support tag files of the former
      version.  If you install this version, you should remake all
      tag files again using gtags(1) in this package. Though new
      gtags's speed has improved very much, you need not hurry up to
      upgrade it if you have a lot of tag files of former version.
      Thank you for your cooperation.
    o gtags: New gtags.files file.
      If a file called 'gtags.files' exists in the current directory,
      gtags(1) treats it as a list of files which are candidates of
      the target.
    o Safe-CGI mechanism was modified.
    o globash: New command.
    o gtags, global, htags: Allows path name which includes blanks.
    o gtags, htags: Changed the algorithm for detecting binary file.
    o gtags: Added support of function layer plug-in parser by
      Hideki IWAMOTO.
    o htags: Added call-tree facility using cflow(1).
  - clean up specfile
  - add global-disable-plugin-example.patch
* Fri Feb 05 2010
  - update to global-5.8
    o gtags: Built-in parser by Hideki IWAMOTO.  This improvement has
    shortened the processing time to about 1/3.  Built-in parser is
    not effective by default in this version.  To use built-in parser,
    please define 'use_builtin_parser' in your configuration file
    o gtags.el: Single 'GTAGS SELECT MODE' buffer of gtags.el by Yushi
    Oka.  If "gtags-select-buffer-single" is non-nil, then 'GTAGS
    SELECT MODE' buffer is kept single.
    o gtags-cscope.vim: Plug-in script which integrates GLOBAL and vim
    editor using cscope interface. Since this script makes vim think
    GLOBAL is cscope, you can use the tag stack facility of vim like
    cscope. Gtags-cscope can coexist with gtags.vim.
    o gtags.el: the completion read in the gtags-find-file fails into
    endless loop when the input string is NULL.
    o gtags(built-in parser): In the existing parser (gtags-parser),
    some symbols were stored in both GRTAGS and GSYMS. In the built-in
    parser, all the symbols defined in GTAGS have been moved from
    GSYMS to GRTAGS. New specification is more consistent, and useful
    for efficiency improvement. If you feel this a problem, please
    inform bug mailing list of your insistence.
* Mon Jan 04 2010
  - update to global-5.7.7
    o htags: More accurate statistics mechanism using gettimeofday(2)
      and getrusage(2).
    o gtags: New --statistics option.
    o gtags.el: Added completion support for the 'gtags-find-file'.
    o global: Allows tag files in the system's root directory.
      This does not recommend tag files to be put on the system's
    root directory.
      In some systems except UNIX, putting tag files there might be
    o The --from-here option didn't work with compact format
      GTAGS (gtags -c).
* Fri Nov 13 2009
  - update to 5.7.6
    - New options:
    o gtags: --single-update=file
      Update tag files for single file. It is considered that the file was updated,
      and other files were not updated. This option implies the -i option.
      If the file is new then --single-update is ignored, and the processing is
      automatically switched to the normal incremental updating.
    o gtags: --dump=tag-files
      Dump a tag file. Output format is 'key<tab>data'.
* Mon Mar 16 2009
  - update to 5.7.5
    - Change of gtags:
    - Revived the -c option.
      If this option is specified, gtags uses compact format for GTAGS.
      This option does not influence GRTAGS and GSYMS, because they are always
      made using compact format.
      If you think that GTAGS is too big, please use this option.
    - Removed the limitation of the depth of the directory hierarchy.
    - Changed not to do useless inspection for the files in the directories
      which are listed in the skip list.
  - rebased patches
* Mon Jan 05 2009
  - update to 5.7.4
    - in compact format, operation to non-existent lines was changed
      to avoid needless abnormal termination
    Fixed bugs
    - gtags-parser now correctly parses some declarations that were
      overlooked before
* Thu Dec 04 2008
  - update to 5.7.3
    - gtags-parser: Pick up symbols in #{if,elif,ifdef,ifndef} line in assembly
    - gtags.conf: Added new skip files: cscope.po.out,
    - gtags: New -O(--objdir) option added
    - gtags.el: New gtags-select-tag-other-window and gtags-find-tag-other-window
      command added
    - htags: Supported 'include', 'required' and 'required_once' statement in PHP
    Fixed bugs
    - fixed imperfect symbolic link support
    - gtags: Gtags causes segmentation fault if it read its input file names from
      a file list (use -f option), and the input files aren't in the working
      directory or its sub-directories
* Wed Mar 26 2008
  - updated to version 5.7
    o gtags: Allows the symbolic links which point to directories.
      In older version, such symbolic links were ignored with warning messages.
    o gtags-parser: Pick up the names of struct, union, enum and enum member
      as definitions.
    o gtags.el, gtags.vim, More accurate, language independent context jump.
    Fixed bugs
    o gtags: Failed to process new GCC source code.
    o gtags.vim: Completion facility didn't work with the -f option of Gtags.
    o htags: Self-referred links.
* Tue Oct 30 2007
  - updated to version 5.6.2
    * gtags-parser: In C++, ignore forward definitions of classes (e.g. "class name;")
    * gtags.conf: Added '.git/' to the DEFAULTSKIP list.
    * global: Global(1) with the -t option didn't print correct line number.
      Gtags.vim also didn't work correctly due to this bug. This bug was
      introduced in GLOBAL-5.4.



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