Blue sky: it would be great if lxr identifier searches also worked for symbols which were #defined. For example, kCharsetAliasCID is treated like an identifier in code that references it, but Identifier Search doesn't find it since it comes from a #define.
there's a new version of lxr in the works that should make it easier to plug in stuff like this. see http://lxr.linux.no/ for more details. I'll wait till that version is done and I upgrade to it before I do anything like this.
eww. static NS_DEFINE_CID(kCharsetAliasCID, NS_CHARSETALIAS_CID); that's evil. we can do two things: a. treat items that appear |(item,| as tokens b. pull in a complete c++ processor and require a complete build environment (which is really unreasonable). I'm willing to do (a) for mxr, Brad how does the other lxr fair on this specific case?
reassigning endico's bugs to default owner
Assignee: endico → chase
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
QA Contact: timeless
Reassigning all LXR bugs assigned to firstname.lastname@example.org to the default LXR owner (sorry Bear!) We aren't actively working on these (if that's wrong, please reassign to yourself/a real person).
Assignee: build → bear
QA Contact: lxr → timeless
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