BROKEN: needs an update for LLVM 13

./devel/woboq_codebrowser [generator for the woboq code browser]
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Version: 2.1pl2, Package name: woboq_codebrowser-2.1pl2
Maintained by: The OpenBSD ports mailing-list
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The generator generates static HTML pages that can be served by any web
server. It can be run automatically manually or with a hook on your
version control or CI system.

It functions as the source code indexer (using libclang). In contrast to
other solutions (LXR, OpenGrok) it semantically analyzes the code as a
compile step.

The generation is a two-step process: First is a compile step that
creates a .h.html and .cpp.html (and some other) files from the syntax
tree (AST) of the source source. The second step generates an index.html
for each directory.

A server-side database or CGI script are currently not needed, so it is
easy to host. Your normal HTML5 web browser is the source code navigator
(from your local machine or your network).

Please note that the license does not allow you to use the code browser
to assist the development of your commercial software. If you intent to
do so, consider purchasing a commercial licence.

Filesize: 201.936 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2021-05-13) Updated to version: woboq_codebrowser-2.1pl2
  • (2020-08-08) Updated to version: woboq_codebrowser-2.1pl1
  • (2019-06-22) Package added to, version woboq_codebrowser-2.1pl0 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2021-05-13 04:44:14 by Sebastien Marie | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
update devel/woboq_codebrowser to support llvm11
tested with llvm10 and llvm11
   2020-08-07 11:53:40 by Sebastien Marie | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
update devel/woboq_codebrowser to latest head in order to have llvm10 compat
   2019-08-21 05:20:25 by Charlene Wendling | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
woboq_codebrowser: requires ports-clang or ports-gcc on base-gcc archs.
Also remove the clang module and use devel/llvm as a
BUILD_DEPENDS (from jca@, thanks!).
OK kmos@ jca@ (who tested on sparc64)