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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 6.6.2nb1, Package name: global-6.6.2nb1, Maintainer: uebayasi

GNU GLOBAL is a source code tag system that works the same way across
diverse environments. GNU GLOBAL has following features:

* support C, C++, Yacc, Java and PHP4.
* work the same way across diverse environments. Currently, support
followings:
o Generic shell command line
o Bash shell
o Vi clone editor (nvi, elvis, vim)
o Emacs editor (emacs, mule, xemacs)
o Glimmer editor
o Less viewer
o Web browser (See UNIX kernel source tour!.)
o Doxygen documentation system


Required to run:
[lang/perl5] [lang/python27]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Package options: sqlite3

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SHA1: 27099afac1784e7d75e221f659154662fc54e727
RMD160: 8019fac9289211f903b39659ae7bc549a9e08340
Filesize: 2868.744 KB

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   2018-04-14 09:34:46 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (681) | Package updated
Log message:
revbump after icu update
   2018-02-25 21:43:05 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
global: update to 6.6.2.

Version 6.6.2 - February 9 2018

[INCOMPATIBLE CHANGES]
o gozilla: Deleted the following undocumented functions to reduce or eliminate
  possibility of future security risks. These were inherently unnecessary as
  source code tagging system.

  $HOME/.gozillarc
        Alias file. Please read the source code for details.
  BUGS
        Gozilla can accept not only source files but also text files,
        directories, HTML files and even URLs, because it is omnivorous.

[FIXED BUGS]
o geco.rc: gecoless always failed with a message 'geco: percol, peco or fzf is \ 
required.'
  Now, it works.
o gtags-cscope: did not accept function '9' in the line mode. This caused vim8 \ 
to hang.
  Now it accepts function '9' and reports an error message.
   2018-01-10 10:51:57 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
global: update to 6.6.1.

Version 6.6.1 - December 16 2017

[FIXED BUG]
o gozilla: A critical vulnerability (CVE-2017-17531) was found in a unknown
  function of gozilla(1). It allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary
  code via a crafted URL. All gozilla(1) before GLOBAL-6.6.1 have the vulnerability.
  Now it is fixed.

- What is the unknown function?
Gozilla accepts a URL as an argument, and invokes a web browser with the URL.
Though it is undocumented, it is implied in the online manual as follows:

> BUGS
>         Gozilla can accept not only source files but also text files,
>         directories, HTML files and even URLs, because it is omnivorous.

Version 6.6 - December 12 2017

[CHANGES]
New facilities:
o gtags: Added support for glob patterns in langmap variable in gtags.conf(5).
  Now, you can treat source files without extension like ctags(1).
  (e.g. :langmap=Make\:.mak.mk([Mm]akefile):)

Changed:
o gozilla: Changed the default browser from 'mozilla' to 'firefox'.
o gtags.conf.in: Updated to adapt to the latest ctags(s).
  Removed: common-ctags-maps
  Updated: exuberant-ctags, universal-ctags

[INCOMPATIBLE CHANGES]
o universal-ctags.la: The --extra option in Exuberant-ctags is renamed
  to --extras (plural) in Universal-ctags for making consistent with
  --kinds-<LANG> and --fields.

[FIXED BUGS]
o gtags: (parser error) picked up a typedef name as both of definition
  and reference. Now it works.
	Input:
	[a.h]
	typedef struct a A;

	$ global -x A
	A                   1 a.h              typedef struct a A;
	$ global -x A -r
	(global-6.5.7)
	A                   1 a.h              typedef struct a A;
	(global-6.6)
	no output

o global: the -i option does not work correctly in some conditions.
  Now it works.
o global: didn't accept pattern as a string literal with the --from-here
  option, even if the --literal option was specified. Now, global(1)
  accepts pattern as a string literal with the --literal option.
o libdb: there was 4 Gbyte limitation on the system where `off_t' is 64 bits
  and `long' is 32 bits. Now it is eliminated.
o libparser: php parser was not reset state for each source file.
  So, it was producing unintelligible results. Now it is fixed.
o gozilla: with wrong argument caused segmentation violation.
	$ gozilla -d
	Segmentation fault: 11
  Now it displays usage.
   2017-11-30 17:45:43 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (654) | Package updated
Log message:
Revbump after textproc/icu update
   2017-09-18 11:53:40 by Maya Rashish | Files touched by this commit (676)
Log message:
revbump for requiring ICU 59.x
   2017-05-29 13:20:53 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated global to 6.5.7.

Version 6.5.7 - 15 May 2016

[CHANGES]
o global: Now global(1) accept a file as --nearness option.
  If it is a file, tags in the file are shown first.
o global: Added aliases for MAKEOBJDIR and MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX.
  GTAGSOBJDIR: alias for MAKEOBJDIR
  GTAGSOBJDIRPREFIX: alias for MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX
  These aliases are given higher priority than the originals.
o global: New command --print=<name>.
  <name> may be one of: root, dbpath or conf.
  This is a generic version of the -p (--print-dbpath) command.
	'global -p' is equal to 'global --print=dbpath'
	'global -pr' is equal to 'global --print=root'
o gtags: Updated the built-in PHP parser to support namespaces and traits,
  which were introduced in PHP5. The following keywords have been removed:
	- failure: not a keyword
	- header: normal built-in function
	- is_array: normal built-in function
	- is_set: typo -> isset
	- printf: normal built-in function
	- setcookie: normal built-in function
	- success: not a keyword

[FIXED BUGS]
o globash: Echo command with -n option didn't work on some OS. Now it works.
o global: The --nearness option without -x option brought segmentation fault.
	$ global --nearness=. main
	Segmentation fault: 11
  Now it works.
o global: --from-here with -i option did not ignore case of function name
  in the context. Now it works.
	Input:
	[main.c]
	1: main() {
	2:         func();
	3:         Func();
	4: }
	5: func() {}
	6: Func() {}

	$ global -xi --from-here=6:main.c func
	(global-6.5.6)
	Func                6 main.c           Func() {}
	func                5 main.c           func() {}
	(global-6.5.7)
	Func                3 main.c            Func();
	func                2 main.c            func();

[INCOMPATIBLE CHANGES]
o gtags.conf: Added new candidate path.
        (1) --gtagsconf file
        (2) $GTAGSCONF
        (3) [project root]/gtags.conf
        (4) [project root]/[objdir]/gtags.conf       <- [NEW]
        (5) $HOME/.globalrc
        (6) /etc/gtags.conf
        (7) [sysconfdir]/gtags.conf

        The default of [objdir] is 'obj'. You can change it by
        the environment variables (GTAGSOBJDIR or MAKEOBJDIR).
   2017-05-09 18:12:52 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Requires curses.
   2017-04-22 23:04:05 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (670) | Package updated
Log message:
Revbump after icu update