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codequery - create codequery database

CODEQUERY(1)   CODEQUERY(1)

NAME

codequery - create codequery database

SYNOPSIS

codequery

EXAMPLE

1.Change directory to the base folder of your source code like this:
 
cd ~/projects/myproject/src
 
2.Create a cscope.files file with all the source files listed in it (Use java as example here).
 
find . -iname "*.java" > ./cscope.files
 
3.Create a cscope database like this:
 
cscope -cbR
 
4.Create a ctags database like this:
 
ctags --fields=+i -n -R -L ./cscope.files
 
5.Run cqmakedb to create a CodeQuery database out of the cscope and ctags databases, like this:
 
cqmakedb -s ./myproject.db -c ./cscope.out -t ./tags -p
 
6.Open myproject.db using the CodeQuery GUI tool by running the following. Wild card search (* and ?) supported if Exact Match is switched off. Or use cqsearch, the CLI-version of CodeQuery (type cqsearch -h for more info).
 
codequery
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AUTHOR

This manual page was written by ChangZhuo Chen <czchen@debian.org > for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
06/20/2017