Testing OpenGrok

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Hacking at the kernel means using a Linux Cross Reference (LXR) is pretty much essential.

I have set one up on my own servers before, but it was difficult to maintain and the performance was poor.

But I am trying out the OpenGrok tool now – this was quite easy to install once I realised the thing to was not to read the various online descriptions of what to do, but to look at the README file that came with the binaries.

First impressions … it looks nice but I am not sure it is really up to it.

You can try mine at http://newgolddream.dyndns.info:8081/source

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