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KScope

   1.6.2  

KDE Development Environment

Score 82%
KScope
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  6487
Submitted:  Jan 6 2004
Updated:  Jan 10 2009

Description:

KScope is a source browsing and editing environment for large projects written in C (such as the Linux kernel).
KScope uses the Cscope code analysis engine to provide valuable information to coders, such as

* Finding the definition of a symbol
* Finding all references to a symbol
* Finding all functions calling/called by a given function
* Finding all files including a given header
* etc.

KScope also provides call-tree and call-graph views that can help developers by visualising the relationships between different functions in the code base.

Installation
============

tar zxvf kscope-X.Y.Z.tar.gz
cd kscope-X.Y.Z
./configure
make
make install (as root)




Changelog:

This version of KScope is no longer maintained. A new version was written from scratch, and depends on Qt4 and QScintilla only. Consequently, KScope is moving to Qt-apps:

http://qt-apps.org/content/show.php?content=96992




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 Yes

 
 by elektroschock on: Jan 6 2004
 
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Doesn't IBM's Eclipse suits this purpose?

I remember the repository engine of IBM's visual cafe(??), a precessor for Java was very good.


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 Re: Yes

 
 by elahav on: Jun 16 2004
 
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1. KScope is for C projects, while Eclipse is mainly for Java. There is a C plugin for Eclipse, but it is rather limited in its capabilities (at least it is for now.)
2. As opposed to Eclipse, KScope is light, projects are minimalistic and easy to handle, and it integrates well into KDE.

The above notes by no means suggest that I have anything against Eclipse. It is just that I don't think it delivers the same capabilities as KScope (for better and for worse.)

I don't understand what Visual Cafe or any other Java tool has to do with KScope.


Elad
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 Re: Yes

 
 by neundorf on: Oct 14 2004
 
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Eclipse is not bad, also for C/C++ projects, but it's huge and slow.
(same goes for OOo). Although KDE apps aren't exactly known for being fast and leightweight, compared to Eclipse (and OOo) they really are.

Alex


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 ctags-exuberant ?

 
 by ranma37 on: Jun 23 2004
 
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elahav:
Can you make it accept exuberant-ctags?
Looks like ctags in Gentoo Linux is called exuberant-ctags, not ctags-exuberant.


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 Re: ctags-exuberant

 
 by elahav on: Jun 23 2004
 
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It should accept ctags-exuberant as the executable name (this is a fix introduced into version 0.7.) KScope will now accept any name that begins with "ctags".
Does Gentoo use a different name? If so, let me know, and in the meantime you can just create a link and use it.


Elad
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 Re: Re: ctags-exuber

 
 by elahav on: Jun 23 2004
 
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It seems that I didn't read your post to its end before replying...
I'll make it accept exuberant-ctags as well.


Elad
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 kscope... kdevelop..

 
 by neundorf on: Oct 14 2004
 
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Hi,

I think it would be great if this could be integrated with kdevelop. kdevelop is quite modular, so maybe it's not impossible to do. kdevelop already rules as it is now, with this added it will become even better.

Alex


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 Re: kscope... kdevel

 
 by elahav on: Oct 15 2004
 
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What you want is not really a merge of KScope into KDevelop, but rather a Cscope module for KDevelop. I will certainly welcome such a project.
Nevertheless, I think there is still a place for KScope as a light-weight, non-intrusive and C-centred environment.


Elad
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 Re: Re: kscope... kdevel

 
 by amilcar on: May 24 2005
 
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Have you seen "kdevelop platform"?
It's a light-weight, non-intrusive IDE library. It is the base library of KDevelop and it will become the base library of Quanta too. Maybe you could use it as base library of KScope too.

All the info is concentrated here:
http://www.kdevelop.org/HEAD/doc/platform/html/index.html


KDevelop rules!
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 Re: Re: Re: kscope..

 
 by elahav on: May 25 2005
 
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Yes, probably a good idea.


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 New call tree

 
 by elahav on: Jun 13 2005
 
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Just in case anyone is interested, I have been playing around with a new Call Tree widget, based on graphviz. You can take a look at it by checking out the latest CVS version using BRANCH_GRAPHVIZ as the branch name. I would like to get some feedback on it, which will help me decide whether to use the new widget over the old call tree dialogue.
Naturally, this is still work in progress, so expect a few glitches.


Elad
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 Re: New call tree

 
 by nickthom on: Aug 10 2005
 
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I like the new call tree - it's much easier to see the the dependancies with it, than the text based version.

It has a few problems, that you have already highlighted and I have found nothing else in over a month of use.

I also like the way that, graphviz, doxygen and kscope work so well together. doxygen and kscope both use graphviz for call trees and the kate part in kscope supports doxygen tag highlighting right out of the box. Word for the day: Symbiosis!


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 Where is "Save all"?

 
 by nickthom on: Jul 1 2005
 
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As It was me that requested this feature on the SF site for kscope, I thought I'd say thanks for adding the "Save all" option in 1.3.0. Only question is, where is it? I can't find it anywhere :-(


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 Re: Where is "Save a

 
 by elahav on: Jul 2 2005
 
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Sorry, my mistake.
I actually added this feature to the stable branch, and it was not merged into version 1.3.0.

Here is a patch against the development version. Save it into your kscope-1.3.0 directory, and then run patch -p0 < your_file_name.patch

Index: src/editortabs.cpp
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/kscope/kscope/src/editortabs.cpp,v
retrieving revision 1.16
diff -U3 -r1.16 editortabs.cpp
--- src/editortabs.cpp 26 May 2005 15:28:18 -0000 1.16
+++ src/editortabs.cpp 2 Jul 2005 01:35:57 -0000
@@ -165,7 +165,7 @@
"save these files?"))) {
case KMessageBox::Yes:
// Save files
- saveAllFiles();
+ slotSaveAll();
break;

case KMessageBox::No:
@@ -419,7 +419,7 @@
/**
* Saves all files open for editing.
*/
-void EditorTabs::saveAllFiles()
+void EditorTabs::slotSaveAll()
{
int i;

Index: src/editortabs.h
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/kscope/kscope/src/editortabs.h,v
retrieving revision 1.12
diff -U3 -r1.12 editortabs.h
--- src/editortabs.h 9 Feb 2005 00:00:12 -0000 1.12
+++ src/editortabs.h 2 Jul 2005 01:35:57 -0000
@@ -52,6 +52,7 @@
public slots:
void slotRemovePage(QWidget*);
void slotToggleTagList();
+ void slotSaveAll();

signals:
/**
@@ -88,7 +89,6 @@
int m_nNewFiles;

int getModifiedFilesCount();
- void saveAllFiles();
bool removePage(QWidget*, bool);

private slots:
Index: src/kscope.cpp
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/kscope/kscope/src/kscope.cpp,v
retrieving revision 1.71.2.9
diff -U3 -r1.71.2.9 kscope.cpp
--- src/kscope.cpp 29 Jun 2005 02:50:26 -0000 1.71.2.9
+++ src/kscope.cpp 2 Jul 2005 01:35:57 -0000
@@ -185,9 +185,12 @@
KStdAction::close(this, SLOT(slotCloseEditor()), actionCollection());
KStdAction::quit(this, SLOT(slotClose()), actionCollection());

- (void)new KAction("Go to File List", KShortcut("Ctrl+Shift+O"),
+ (void)new KAction(i18n("Go to File List"), KShortcut("Ctrl+Shift+O"),
m_pFileList, SLOT(slotSetFocus()), actionCollection(),
"file_open_file_from_list");
+ (void)new KAction(i18n("Save Al&l"),
+ "save_all", KShortcut("Ctrl+L"), m_pEditTabs, SLOT(slotSaveAll()),
+ actionCollection(), "file_save_all");

// Edit menu
m_pExtEditAction = new KAction(i18n("Edit in E&xternal Editor"),


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 Re: Where is "Save a

 
 by nickthom on: Jul 5 2005
 
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That did the trick nicely. Thanks once again for a great tool.

Are there any plans to add a build "console" window, in which the code can be navigated by error messages from the compiler?


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 Re: Re: Where is "Sa

 
 by elahav on: Jul 5 2005
 
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Such a feature is often requested. I will have to give it some thought.
KScope will certainly not support the build tools directly. However, it may be possible to write some perl scripts to parse compiler output and then display the results in a window that allows you quick access to the relevant line.


Elad
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 SlackWare TGZPackage

 
 by gohanz on: Nov 20 2005
 
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A SlackWare 10.2 TGZ Package with SlackBuild script is ready to download!!

http://www.slacky.it



http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=1&func=fileinfo&filecatid=758&parent=category


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 Re: SlackWare TGZPac

 
 by elahav on: Nov 21 2005
 
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Thanks. I'll add a link to the package in KScope's homepage.


Elad
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