Browsing Source Code on an iPhone
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Browsing Source Code on an iPhone



I'm the kind of dork who enjoys reading source code in his spare time. I'm also the kind of dork who has an iPhone. What is the best way to read and browse code on such a device?

My initial thought is to use something like LXR to generate hyperlinked pages, and upload them to my personal server, but I am interested in better/easier ways.

I am primarily reading C and C++ code, but support for other languages would be great.

I have no desire to jailbreak my iPhone.


Draw a shadow behind UIWebView

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iPhone subview design (UIView vs UIViewController)
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Does anyone have the UIViewAdditions file from WWDC 2009 session 128? [closed]
vim with ctags. Just a thought.


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