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    1 /* This file is generated automatically by convert.pl from global/manual.in. */
    2 const char *progname = "global";
    3 const char *usage_const = "Usage: global [-adEFGilMnNqrstTvx][-S dir][-e] pattern\n\
    4        global -c[dFiIMoOPrsT] prefix\n\
    5        global -f[adlnqrstvx][-L file-list][-S dir] files\n\
    6        global -g[aEGilMnoOqtvVx][-L file-list][-S dir][-e] pattern [files]\n\
    7        global -I[ailMnqtvx][-S dir][-e] pattern\n\
    8        global -P[aEGilMnoOqtvVx][-S dir][-e] pattern\n\
    9        global -p[qrv]\n\
   10        global -u[qv]\n";
   11 const char *help_const = "Commands:\n\
   12 <no command> pattern\n\
   13        No command means tag search command.\n\
   14        Print tags which match to pattern.\n\
   15        By default, print definition tags.\n\
   16 -c, --completion [prefix]\n\
   17        Print symbols which start with prefix.\n\
   18        If prefix is not given, print all symbols.\n\
   19 -f, --file files\n\
   20        Print all tags in the files.\n\
   21        This command implies the -x option.\n\
   22 -g, --grep pattern [files]\n\
   23        Print all lines which match to the pattern.\n\
   24        If files are given, this command searches in those files.\n\
   25 --help\n\
   26        Print a usage message.\n\
   27 -I, --idutils pattern\n\
   28        Print all lines which match to pattern.\n\
   29        This function uses idutils(1) as a search engine.\n\
   30        To use this command, you need to install idutils(1)\n\
   31        in your system and execute gtags(1) with the -I option.\n\
   32 -P, --path [pattern]\n\
   33        Print path names which match to pattern.\n\
   34        If no pattern is given, print all paths in the project.\n\
   35 -p, --print-dbpath\n\
   36        Print location of GTAGS.\n\
   37 --print name\n\
   38        Print location of name, which may be one of:\n\
   39        root, dbpath or conf.\n\
   40        root means project's root directory. dbpath means a directory\n\
   41        where tag databases exist. conf means configuration file.\n\
   42 -u, --update\n\
   43        Update tag files incrementally.\n\
   44        This command internally invokes gtags(1).\n\
   45        You can execute this command anywhere in the project,\n\
   46        differing from gtags(1).\n\
   47 --version\n\
   48        Show version number.\n\
   49 Options:\n\
   50 -a, --absolute\n\
   51        Print absolute path names. By default, print relative path names.\n\
   52 --color when\n\
   53        Use color to highlight the pattern within the line; when may be one of:\n\
   54        never, always or auto (default).\n\
   55        The default color is bold red text on current background; the environment\n\
   56        variable GREP_COLORS (only mt and ms are effective at present)\n\
   57        or GREP_COLOR defines it.\n\
   58        This option is effective to the following commands:\n\
   59        <no command>, -f, -g, -I, -P.\n\
   60 -C, --directory dir\n\
   61        Change the directory before doing all the work including parameter analysis.\n\
   62 -d, --definition\n\
   63        Print locations of definitions.\n\
   64 -e, --regexp pattern\n\
   65        Use pattern as the pattern; useful to protect patterns starting with -.\n\
   66 -E, --extended-regexp\n\
   67        Interpret pattern as a extended regular expression.\n\
   68        This is the default.\n\
   69 --encode-path chars\n\
   70        Convert path characters in chars into a % symbol, followed by the\n\
   71        two-digit hexadecimal representation of the character.\n\
   72        A blank will be converted to %20.\n\
   73 -F, --first-match\n\
   74        End the search without going through all the tag files listed in\n\
   75        GTAGSLIBPATH when tags are found in a tag file. This is the default.\n\
   76 --from-here context\n\
   77        Decide tag type by context. Its syntax should be lineno:path.\n\
   78        If the context is a definition of the pattern then use -r, else if\n\
   79        there is at least one definition of the pattern then use -d,\n\
   80        else use -s.\n\
   81        If this option is specified then -d, -r and -s\n\
   82        on the command line are ignored.\n\
   83        Regular expression is not allowed for pattern.\n\
   84        This option assumes use in conversational environments such as\n\
   85        editors and IDEs.\n\
   86 -G, --basic-regexp\n\
   87        Interpret pattern as a basic regular expression.\n\
   88        The default is an extended regular expression.\n\
   89 --gtagsconf file\n\
   90        Set environment variable GTAGSCONF to file.\n\
   91 --gtagslabel label\n\
   92        Set environment variable GTAGSLABEL to label.\n\
   93 -i, --ignore-case\n\
   94        Ignore case distinctions in the pattern.\n\
   95 -L, --file-list file\n\
   96        Obtain files from file in addition to the arguments.\n\
   97        The argument file can be set to '-' to accept a list of files\n\
   98        from the standard input. File names must be separated by newline.\n\
   99 -l, --local\n\
  100        Print only tags which exist under the current directory.\n\
  101 --literal\n\
  102        Execute literal search instead of regular expression search.\n\
  103        This option works with the tag search command, -g command, \n\
  104        -P command and -I command.\n\
  105 -M, --match-case\n\
  106        Search is case-sensitive. This is the default.\n\
  107 --match-part part\n\
  108        Specify how path name completion should match, where part is one of:\n\
  109        first, last or all (default).\n\
  110        This option is valid only with the -c command in conjunction with -P.\n\
  111 -n, --nofilter\n\
  112        Suppress sort filter and path conversion filter.\n\
  113 -N, --nearness[=start]\n\
  114        Use Nearness sort method (sorting by closest from start) for the output.\n\
  115        By default, alphabetical sort method is used.\n\
  116        This option is effective for the tag search command, -P command\n\
  117        and -g command. As an exception, -g command ignores this\n\
  118        option when files are specified by arguments.\n\
  119        The nearness is defined by how many parent directories to go up to reach\n\
  120        the target. The result of nearness sort is concatenation of the following\n\
  121        ([0]-[n]) in this order. The default of start is the current directory.\n\
  122        \n\
  123        [0] If the start is a file, output of local search in the file.\n\
  124        [1] Output of local search in the start directory except for [0].\n\
  125        [2] Output of local search in the parent directory except for [0]-[1].\n\
  126        [3] Output of local search in the grandparent directory except for [0]-[2].\n\
  127        ... (repeat until the project root directory)\n\
  128        [n] Output of local search in the project root directory except for [0]-[n-1].\n\
  129        \n\
  130        In each directory, they are sorted by alphabetical order.\n\
  131 -O, --only-other\n\
  132        Treat only text files other than source code, like README.\n\
  133        This option is valid only with the -g or -P command.\n\
  134        This option overrides the -o option.\n\
  135 -o, --other\n\
  136        Treat not only source files but also text files other than source code,\n\
  137        like README.\n\
  138        This option is valid only with the -g or -P command.\n\
  139 --path-style format\n\
  140        Print path names using format, which may be one of:\n\
  141        relative, absolute, shorter, abslib or through.\n\
  142        relative means relative path. absolute means absolute path.\n\
  143        shorter means the shorter one of relative and absolute path.\n\
  144        abslib means absolute path for libraries (GTAGSLIBPATH) and relative path\n\
  145        for the rest.\n\
  146        through means the relative path from the project root directory\n\
  147        (internal format of GPATH).\n\
  148        The default is relative.\n\
  149        The --path-style option is given more priority than the -a option.\n\
  150 --print0\n\
  151        Print each record followed by a null character instead of a newline.\n\
  152 -q, --quiet\n\
  153        Quiet mode.\n\
  154 -r, --reference, --rootdir\n\
  155        Print reference tags.\n\
  156        Reference means the reference to a symbol which has definitions.\n\
  157        With the -p option, print the root directory of the project.\n\
  158 --result format\n\
  159        Print out using format, which may be one of:\n\
  160        path (default), ctags, ctags-x, grep or cscope.\n\
  161        The --result=ctags and --result=ctags-x options are\n\
  162        equivalent to the -t and -x options respectively.\n\
  163        The --result option is given more priority than the -t and -x options.\n\
  164 --single-update file\n\
  165        Update tag files using gtags(1) with the --single-update option.\n\
  166        It is considered that file was added, updated or deleted,\n\
  167        and there is no change in other files.\n\
  168        This option implies the -u option.\n\
  169 -s, --symbol\n\
  170        Print other symbol tags.\n\
  171        Other symbol means the reference to a symbol which has no definition.\n\
  172 -S, --scope dir\n\
  173        Print only tags which exist under dir directory.\n\
  174        It is similar to the -l option, but you need not change directory.\n\
  175 -T, --through\n\
  176        Go through all the tag files listed in GTAGSLIBPATH.\n\
  177        By default, stop searching when tag is found.\n\
  178        This option is ignored when either -s, -r\n\
  179        or -l option is specified.\n\
  180 -t, --tags\n\
  181        Use standard ctags format.\n\
  182 -V, --invert-match\n\
  183        Invert the sense of matching, to select non-matching lines.\n\
  184        This option is valid only with the -g or -P commands.\n\
  185 -v, --verbose\n\
  186        Verbose mode.\n\
  187 -x, --cxref\n\
  188        Use standard ctags cxref (with -x) format.\n\
  189 See also:\n\
  190        GNU GLOBAL web site: http://www.gnu.org/software/global/\n\
  191 ";