OpenGrok is Awesome

Recently, I was looking for a nice, unified way to traverse my way through large open-source projects. The OSIRIS Lab previously had a DXR instance but it ended up not being able to support some projects I wanted to index due to the way it works (a clang pass). I looked around a bit, and decided to give OpenGrok a try, and I’ve been very happy with the results. Seems to be the one good product Oracle makes :P

I had originally planned on setting up the instance just for us at the OSIRIS Lab, but figured there’s no reason to make it private.

So enjoy:

This has a bunch of (mainly security oriented) repo’s that will hopefully make some reverse-engineers’ lives easier.

Feel free to email if you want me to add another repo of course.