|Looking for tool to generate C/C++ crossrefs firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew Berg) (1998-10-04)|
|Re: Looking for tool to generate C/C++ crossrefs email@example.com (Dr Richard A. O'Keefe) (1998-10-06)|
|Re: Looking for tool to generate C/C++ crossrefs firstname.lastname@example.org (Wolfgang Keil) (1998-10-07)|
|Re: Looking for tool to generate C/C++ crossrefs email@example.com (1998-10-10)|
|Re: Looking for tool to generate C/C++ crossrefs firstname.lastname@example.org (Greg Jaxon) (1998-10-13)|
|From:||Greg Jaxon <email@example.com>|
|Date:||13 Oct 1998 02:20:25 -0400|
Two posts have mentioned etags. Am I missing a later revision of
etags? As I recall this tool does a reasonable job pinning down
definition sites, but does nothing at all to connect reference sites
to the correct definition.
Thanks for all the other Xref leads, however.
Also if you have access to a C++ compiler based on the EDG front end,
you may find that the vendor has given you EDG's --xref option in some
form. I don't know how useful --xref will be for this requester (it
does not report on macro definitions so far as I know).
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