I have created a viewer for the MCP class maps. This is very useful for coders who need to know what the obfuscated name for a class is.
One application for this tool is for people who create Forge coremods. A coremod edits the base source of Minecraft and the modder needs to provide the obfuscated and deobfuscated class name for the mod to work outside of the development environment.
Using This Program:
The program requires Java and does not need to be installed. The program may be opened by right clicking the file and selecting Open with and then choosing your Java installation. Select the "joined.srg" file from inside your "mcp/conf" folder. After the program parses the file, you may search for the class you need. To get its obfuscated name, use the info button on the menu. [/spoiler]
This tool does not provide any Minecraft source code and only aids in reading the class maps included in the MCP toolkit. This tool is released under the LGPL v2 license. If you don't want to read legal jargon, read this.
This is nice little app! Before I was just loading the srg files into notepad++ and manually searching myself, which worked ok, but this is much faster.Only thing that could make it a little bit better would be if you could get the obfuscated name from double clicking instead of using the menu every time.