lxr, bonsai, doxygen and viewcvs
warlord at MIT.EDU
Mon Jul 11 20:48:26 EDT 2005
Neil Williams <linux at codehelp.co.uk> writes:
> Just browsing How To Help after the message on users about valid HTML and came
> across the (IIRC old) tips on how to help as a webmaster:
> " We'd like somebody to help set up and maintain all those neat development
> tools that a 'real' project should have, such as lxr and bonsai, and maybe a
> bug-tracking tool, or other bits & pieces."
> So how does LXR compare to ViewCVS that we now have?
We're using CVSweb, not ViewCVS.. But it's close enough. This web
info on gnucash.org has not been updated since the CVS/email move to
the new server. There's no need to use LXR, I don't think. LXR does
have some interesting features to enable cross-references in the code.
But I don't think we need that.
> How does bonsai compare to Doxygen that has many kb of content distributed
> throughout the source tree?
I don't know enough about bonsai, but again, this was written before
> It's only idle curiosity really.
> Personally, I'm v.happy with viewcvs (use it locally) and doxygen (which is
> particularly useful when generated locally and has LOTS of under-utilised
> options). Each of my other projects use doxygen themselves.
I'm happy with what we've got.
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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