Into: I like learning by reading sources. But it's tiring of searching them across internet splited on many many different project sites. I'd love to see central browsable repo with sources of many many apps in one place.
- When someone want to find documentation of some Linux tool, best
place is :
- When I want to browse Linux sources "on-demand" I can always jump to : Linux Cross Reference.
- When I want to find most common staff, I can find all sources in Coreutils.
- When I want to check how to build something, I can (for example) jump into http://www.archlinux.org/packages/ , check it's pkgbuild.
Is there any repo that holds sources of most of tools in one place ?
- just like
man holds documentation or Linux Cross Reference kernel sources.
I mean something for "rapid" "on-demand" checking how stuff is implemented. (Yes, I know google -> but I am tired of routine: 1. searching project site 2. browsing repo or even worse -> checking out it's repo 3. deleting when finished)
I've stressed out, I'd like to check tools : rapidly, fast, on-demand.
It means: I don't want to install whole app with it's sources just to take a look into it's sources. (btw. web resource is preferable, so I could check sources from many computers - I do not have admin on all of them)