probably the best C++ parser...
ghost at cs.msu.su
Tue Jul 5 14:33:07 UTC 2005
On Tuesday 05 July 2005 12:19, Steven T. Hatton wrote:
> On Friday 01 July 2005 11:01, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> > ...you can find is gcc, but did you know gccxml
> > (http://www.gccxml.org/HTML/Index.html) ? It's basically the real gcc,
> > but it doesn't produce machine instructions, but an xml file describing
> > the source file.
> > So you get
> > -all functions
> > -all variables
> > -all parameters for functions
> > -the locations where the functions are declared (file and line number)
> > etc. in a machine-readable format.
> > I think this could be really useful for kdevelop (go to
> > declaration/definition, completion, parameter info, etc.) Did anybody
> > already play with it ?
> > Btw. it's written by the same guys who develop cmake :-)
> > Bye
> > Alex
> I don't believe there is a need for a new parser. Roberto has put a lot of
> work into r++. Is there some reason no to use it? Perhaps I'm not
> understanding what people are wanting.
As I've mentioned, it crashes parsing its own source. It's *very* likely that
I'm doing something wrong, but still, until it works for me I can't comment
on it's quality.
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