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freescope v0.3.0 available.

This new release includes support for reading a configuration file (e.g. ".freescoperc"), so that the user can customize the application.
With this file, it is possible for the user to re-configure most key mapping.

Posted by Olivier Deme 2001-09-17

freescope improved web site

Visit freescope freshly baked web site at:
http://freescope.sourceforge.net
http://freescope.sf.net

Thanks Vikram for all the work!

Posted by Olivier Deme 2001-08-16

freescope ported to Microsoft Windows

Freescope v0.2.1 has been ported to Microsoft Windows and other patoforms (alpha, ppc, etc.).
Use cygwin (http://www.cygwin.com) under Windows! (required for compiling source). It's cool!

Posted by Olivier Deme 2001-07-23

freescope v0.2.0 now available!

This is a major new release!
INTEGRATION WITH VIM is now possible and easy to achieve. No recompilation of vim is required.
New queries have been implemented: "Functions calling this function", "Change text".
This release includes also many bug fixes found in previous versions.

Find out more at:
http://freescope.sourceforge.net

Posted by Olivier Deme 2001-07-15

freescope v.0.1.1 available!

freescope v0.1.1 is now available!
This version includes many improvements such as: less memory consumption, faster datanase search and better parser.
Many bugs have been fixed.
freescope is now definitively usable for large projects!
Find more information at freescope home page:

freescope.sourceforge.net

and download the source code our binary package.

PS: new binary packages for various platforms are being added everyday.

Posted by Olivier Deme 2001-04-03

freescope v0.1.0 now available!

freescope v0.1.0 is now available!
The software currently provides C browsing capabilities with nice features such as symbol completion in query mode.
This is just a first release and the software is improving every day.
For more details, visit freescope's web site:

http://freescope.sourceforge.net

... and give it a try by downloading the source code or binaries for your system.

Posted by Olivier Deme 2001-02-23

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