Re: Source code browsers for C++

"Aaron Gray" <angray@beeb.net>
28 Feb 2005 19:52:30 -0500

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From: "Aaron Gray" <angray@beeb.net>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 28 Feb 2005 19:52:30 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
References: 05-02-100
Keywords: C++, tools

"Nik Shaylor" <nscompcompilers1@c7.org> wrote in message
> Hi, Can anyone recommend a good program that I could use to help
> understand a large and complex C++ program? I have been told that
> there are such programs that will convert the source code into a set
> of HTML pages.


DOxygen's okayish, even does diagrams, but needs special comment formats :(


Don't know any others, would like to though.


LXR, the Linux Cross Reference Project produces nice syntax colouring, I
think there 'CVS' like webware is open source, but not really for local
usage.


I would like to find something that can handle any C++ without needing
Java/DOxygen @param style quotes. Okay for new projects that are going to
adopt such styles of commenting but for existing code not so good.


Aaron


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