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       gozilla - force firefox to display specified part of a source file


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


       Gozilla  forces  firefox  to display specified part of a source file.  Gozilla can be used
       with other browsers like chrome.

       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.


       The following options are available:

       +no    Line number.

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

       -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.

              Show version number.


              Tag file for definitions.

              Hypertext of source code.

              Mapping file for converting tag name into the path of tag list.

       ´gtags.conf´, ´$HOME/.globalrc´
              Configuration data for GNU Global.  See gtags.conf(5).


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

              The  directory  in which the tag files exist.  This value is ignored when GTAGSROOT
              is not defined.

              The root directory of the project.


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

       $ gozilla -b lynx +82 ctags.c


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


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

       GNU Global source code tag system


       Shigio YAMAGUCHI.


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