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GLOBASH(1)		    General Commands Manual		    GLOBASH(1)

NAME
       globash - a special shell for GLOBAL using GNU bash

SYNOPSIS
       globash

DESCRIPTION
       Globash	is  a  special shell for GLOBAL	using GNU bash.	 You can use a
       lot of functions	to ease	reading	source code, like tag stack, tag  mark
       and cookie.  At first, you should make tag files	using gtags and	invoke
       this  command  in  the  project.	  Please  refer	 to  the  help	 (type
       'ghelp<RET>') for detailed usage.

FILES
       'GTAGS'
	      Tag file for definitions.

       'GRTAGS'
	      Tag file for references.

       'GPATH'
	      Tag file for source files.

       '~/.globashrc'
	      Start-up file.

       '~/.globash/'
	      Session directory.

ENVIRONMENT
       The following environment variables affect the execution	of globash:

       EDITOR The editor used by the show command.

SEE ALSO
       gtags(1), htags(1), less(1).

       GNU GLOBAL source code tag system
       (http://www.gnu.org/software/global/).

AUTHOR
       Shigio YAMAGUCHI.

HISTORY
       The globash command appeared in GLOBAL-4.1 (2001).

GNU Project			   May 2010			    GLOBASH(1)

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