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Manual Reference Pages  -  GLOBASH (1)

NAME

globash - a special shell for GLOBAL using GNU bash

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Files
Environment
Author
History

SYNOPSIS

globash

DESCRIPTION

Globash is a special shell for GLOBAL using GNU bash. You can use a lot of functions to ease reading source code, like tag stack, tag mark and cookie. At first, you should make tag files using gtags and invoke this command in the project. Please refer to the help (type 'ghelp<RET>') for detailed usage.

FILES

'GTAGS' Tag file for definitions.
'GRTAGS'
  Tag file for references.
'GPATH' Tag file for source files.
'~/.globashrc'
  Start-up file.
'~/.globash/'
  Session directory.

ENVIRONMENT

The following environment variables affect the execution of globash:

EDITOR The editor used by the show command.

SEE ALSO

gtags(1), htags(1), less(1).

GNU GLOBAL source code tag system
(http://www.gnu.org/software/global/).

AUTHOR

Shigio YAMAGUCHI.

HISTORY

The globash command appeared in GLOBAL-4.1 (2001).
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