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| Sourcetrail v2021.1.30
Sourcetrail v2021.1.30 Free and open-source cross-platform source explorer Get productive on unfamiliar source code. Supported Languages: C, C++, Java, Python, <custom>; more info Used and tested on code bases with up to 10 million lines of code. Connectable Editors: Atom, Clion, Eclipse, Emacs, IntelliJ IDEA, Neovim, PyCharm, QtCreator, Sublime Text, Vim, Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code; more info Software developers spend most of their time figuring out existing source code, but common code editing tools offer little help for this task. Debuggers only allow detailed inspection of one narrow code path. 'Find all references' helps you in navigating between files, but doesn't provide the context to see the big picture of all relevant dependencies. Sourcetrail provides both overview and details by combining an interactive dependency graph, a concise code view and efficient code search, all built into an easy-to-use cross-platform developer tool. It supports you in exploring legacy code, understanding the implementation and refactoring the software architecture, making it a fun experience for the whole family! Sourcetrail runs locally. Your code is private. No cloud necessary. How It Works 1) Index your Source Code Sourcetrail's in-depth static analysis finds all definitions and references within your source files. To start the static code analyzer, you can either import an existing build configuration or choose manual project setup. 2) Find any Symbol Use Sourcetrail's search field to quickly find any symbol within the whole codebase. The fuzzy code search engine gives you the best matches with just a few keystrokes. 3) Explore Dependencies Visually The graph visualization provides a quick overview of any class, method, field, etc., of interest and all its relations. The dependency graph is fully interactive. Use it to move through the codebase by focusing on related nodes and edges. 4) Browse your Source Code Finally the code view holds all implementation details of the element in focus within a well-arranged list of code snippets. Further inspect scopes ...
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