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GOZILLA(1)		    General Commands Manual		    GOZILLA(1)

NAME
       gozilla - force mozilla to display specified part of a source file

SYNOPSIS
       gozilla [-b browser][-p][+no] file
       gozilla [-b browser][-p]	-d name

DESCRIPTION
       Gozilla	forces	mozilla	 to  display  specified	part of	a source file.
       Gozilla can be used with	other browsers like firefox and	epiphany.

       In advance of  using  this  command,  you  must	execute	 gtags(1)  and
       htags(1)	 at the	root directory of the project to make tag files.  Then
       you can execute this command anywhere in	the project.

       First form:
       You can specify a source	file and optional line number.	This syntax is
       similar to vi(1)	and emacs(1).

       Second form:
       You  can	specify	a definition name directly. The	definition name	should
       exist  in  'GTAGS'.  This  option  requires  'HTML/MAP'	generated   by
       htags(1).

       Some browsers require you to load it before executing gozilla.

OPTIONS
       The following options are available:

       +no    Line number.

       -b browser
	      Browser to use. By default, it is	assumed	mozilla.

       -d name
	      Print definitions.

       --help Show help.

       -p     Just print a generated URL instead of displaying it.

       file   File name	or alias name.

       -q, --quiet
	      Quiet mode.

       -v, --verbose
	      Verbose mode.

       --version
	      Show version number.

FILES
       'GTAGS'
	      Tag file for definitions.

       'HTML/'
	      Hypertext	of source code.

       'HTML/MAP'
	      Mapping file for converting tag name into	the path of tag	list.

       '$HOME/.gozillarc'
	      Alias file. Please read the source code for details.

       'gtags.conf', '$HOME/.globalrc'
	      See gtags.conf(5).

ENVIRONMENT
       BROWSER
	      Browser  to use. By default, it is assumed mozilla.  If you want
	      to load the default browser in OSX, you may set this variable to
	      osx-default.

       GTAGSDBPATH
	      The  directory  in which the tag files exist.  This value	is ig-
	      nored when GTAGSROOT is not defined.

       GTAGSROOT
	      The root directory of the	project.

EXAMPLES
       $ gtags
       $ htags
       $ global	-x main
       main		 82 ctags.c	     main(argc,	argv)
       $ mozilla &
       $ gozilla +82 ctags.c
       $ gozilla -d main

       $ firefox &
       $ gozilla -b firefox +82	ctags.c

DIAGNOSTICS
       Gozilla exits with a non-0 value	if an error occurred, 0	otherwise.

SEE ALSO
       global(1), gtags(1),  htags(1),	firefox(1),  epiphany(1),  mozilla(1),
       gtags.conf(5).

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

BUGS
       Gozilla	can accept not only source files but also text files, directo-
       ries, HTML files	and even URLs, because it is omnivorous.

AUTHORS
       Shigio YAMAGUCHI.

HISTORY
       The gozilla command appeared in FreeBSD 2.2.2 but was not installed  by
       default.

GNU Project			  March	2010			    GOZILLA(1)

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