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A ctags file reader and a wrapper to the command line program ctags.  With the extensions that exuberant ctags provides, this could be useful for static code analysis.

This package has been tested against exuberant ctags version 5.7 and SVN revision 686 on Windows XP and Linux with Python 2.5 and 3.0.

B{Security Notes:}
 - This package makes use of the subprocess.Popen() and eval() python constructs.  
 - This package B{does not} filter the parameters for security, instead relying on module users to implement relevant security for their applications.
Included in the source distribution are a few examples of usage, the test cases provide a more comprehensive usage reference.

src/p/y/pyctags-0.5.0/examples/kernel_grovel.py   pyctags(Download)
##    see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
import pyctags, os, time, sys
## This program can take over six minutes on an AMD Athlon 64 3000+ and 

src/p/y/pyctags-0.5.0/examples/ascii_uml.py   pyctags(Download)
# this program will only map out first-generation subclasses and doesn't handle multiple inheritance
import pyctags, os
srcdir = "../pyctags/"