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Fetchrefs

Description: Include & Autodocs utility
Download: fetchrefs.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 579kb
Version: 3.0
Date: 08 Feb 2005
Author: Roland FLORAC
Submitter: Roland FLORAC
Email: roland florac/free fr
Requirements: OS4
Category: development/utility
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 484
 
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Short:	  Best AutoDoc/C-Asm-E include lookup tool
Author:   Roland Florac
Uploader: Roland Florac (roland.florac()free.fr)
Type:	  dev/misc

    This version has been written for OS4 (PowerPC).

    The programs normaly work like previous versions  (FetchRefs and Generate-
    Index).

    The programs no longer use the  triton.library nor the gtlayout.library or
    reqtools.library. The OS4 system only is needed.

    Sources has been adapted to GCC (not fully tested...),  some old bugs have
    been removed.  GenerateIndex have been tested only for C sources files and
    autodocs as I use only them.  I think GenerateIndex is not bug free, so be
    carefull, even it seems more stable now...

    FetchRefs is a utility to quickly  look up stuff in AutoDocs and  include
    files.  It	becomes  a part of your editor through ARexx.  Simply press a
    key and a new window will open.  This window  contains  documentation  on
    whatever name the cursor was at when you pressed the key.

    The only supported editor is Amitex as I couldn't try other editors with
    OS4 for the moment. If find some bugs, please let me know, future versions
    will be corrected. If you write arexx scripts for other editors, send me
    them so I shall join them to next releases.


Roland








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