Source-Navigator is an advanced source-code analysis tool that explains complex source-code projects.
Source-Navigator extracts information from the source code of existing C, C++, Java, Tcl, [incr tcl], FORTRAN, Cobol and assembly programs, and uses this information to build project databases.
The project database represents internal program structures and relationships between program components.
Source-Navigator then uses a powerful set of integrated browsers that allow you to view and query your source code relationships and components in a variety of ways.
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