to all 2.11bsd users:
when searching through the 2.11bsd code I wanted many times
a hyperlinked and cross referenced rendition of the sources,
much like doxygen or lxr does it. For kernel, lib and user
code, for c and assembler.
Since none of the existing tools seemed to do what I wanted
I wrote a perl script generating such a html'ized version of
the source code.
The tool far from finished, but starts to be useful. The
results from what I'd call an early alpha version are now
available. Just start with either the tar source
or the kernel init routine
and click a little around. The style sheet is still the debug
version, not all links end where they should.
The cross reference sections aren't complete, but already
useful. To see for example who is using setjmp see
or who is including nlist.h see
The background color tells you in which territory you are in
magenta boot and standalone code
orange network code (running in supervisor)
blue user level code
Hope you enjoy it.
With best regards,
Dr. Walter F.J. Müller Mail: W.F.J.Mueller(a)gsi.de
GSI, Abteilung KP3 Phone: +49-6159-71-2766
D-64291 Darmstadt FAX: +49-6159-71-3762