|C++-pretty-printer wanted !!! firstname.lastname@example.org.CH (1994-09-10)|
|Re: C++-pretty-printer wanted !!! smh@Franz.COM (1994-09-14)|
|Re: C++-pretty-printer wanted !!! email@example.com (1994-09-14)|
|Re: C++-pretty-printer wanted !!! firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-09-17)|
|Re: C++-pretty-printer wanted !!! email@example.com (1994-10-07)|
|Re: C++-pretty-printer wanted !!! firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-10-14)|
|From:||email@example.com (Henrik Johansson)|
|Organization:||FOA, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Date:||Fri, 7 Oct 1994 12:15:41 GMT|
Fohringer Joerg EUQ4 (firstname.lastname@example.org.CH) wrote:
>I'm looking for a C++-pretty-printer ...
Michael Bergman <email@example.com> wrote:
>You can look into this one: indent++.tar.Z
>It's more or less an extended indent I think. ...
I have tested it on a SGI system, and I'm sorry to say that it
does not work. A few serious C problems of the source were easy
to patch. But the result does not indent the '::' correctly when
templates are used, and the 'private:' keyword is indented in
the wrong direction. All this makes it impossible to use.
Why can't the GNU project just fix the GNU-indent to cope with C++ ?
[Probably because it's not a high priority with them. But if you wanted
to fix it yourself, I'm sure they'd be happy to get the changes. -John]
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