cscope 15.7a-3.5 source package in Ubuntu

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cscope (15.7a-3.5) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * debian/control
    - (Suggests): Remove cbrowser (Closes: #651945).
 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Tue,  03 Jan 2012 02:32:04 +0000

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Original maintainer:
Tobias Klauser
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Section:
devel
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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cscope: Interactively examine a C program source

 Cscope is an interactive text screen based source browsing tool.
 Although it is primarily designed to search C code (including lex
 and yacc files), it can also be used for C++ code.
 .
 Using cscope, you can easily search for where symbols are used and
 defined. Cscope is designed to answer questions like:
 .
  - Where is this variable used?
  - What is the value of this preprocessor symbol?
  - Where is this function in the source files?
  - What functions call this function?
  - What functions are called by this function?
  - Where does the message "out of space" come from?
  - Where is this source file in the directory structure?
  - What files include this header file?

cscope-el: Interactively examine a C program source, cscope emacs binding

 Cscope is a program that generates index tables from C and C++ source
 files. It is also a client program that knows how to use the
 generated index tables to answer questions such as where is a symbol
 defined, where is a symbol referenced, etc.
 .
 cscope-el contains the Emacs interfaces to cscope; Darryl Okahata's
 xcscope.el,
 See http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/CScopeAndEmacs