ATLAS Software Code Browsing|
acode-browser.usatlas.bnl.gov nightly releases server
The stable release server provides LXR indexing for many stable ATLAS releases.
Suppose the aim is to find *.cxx files with "CBNT" in the name and "CBNTAA" in the body. Then fill "Files named" with "CBNT.*\.cxx and "Containing" with "CBNTAA". Make sure that "allow perl regex" option is checked. See details below.
The freetext search is powered by Glimpse that supports variety of patterns, including simple strings, strings with classes of characters, sets of strings, wild cards, and regular expressions (full description is available here). The freetext search can be started by clicking on "general search" button in the upper right corner of the main LXR page. Two fillable fields then appear in the window: "Files named" and "Containing". You can search for filenames with particular strings/patterns or for files containing particular strings/patterns. It is very easy to get confused because of varieties of Glimpse supports each of which have certain limitations. The Caveats are:
AtlasG4Eng.G4Eng.menu_MCTruth.set_TruthStrategiesParameter("ConversionSecondaryMinEnergy",100)are discarded. To prevent this all python files (with extension .py) are included in general search index.
Code Browsing of ATLAS code is provided by the U.S. ATLAS Tier 1 Center at Brookhaven National Laboratory
Comments to: ATLAS LXR Team